The creator of the TSA's body-scanning tech says that a gender button is unnecessary and ineffective.
Passengers wait in a Transportation Security Administration line at John F. Kennedy International Airport on January 9th, 2019, in New York City.
On “inattentional blindness” in security guards, and what to do about it.
Looking at the math behind profiling meant to nab terrorists, computer scientist William Press realized it may be less effective than purely random sampling.
Privacy and security expert Fred H. Cate believes we can make it safer to fly without a new airport security system — but we do need to improve the one we have.