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September 26, 2006

TSA issues registered traveler standards

Filed under: Aviation Security — by Christian Beckner on September 26, 2006

TSA has issued draft standards for the Registered Traveler program, a set of zipped files which you can download at this link. The standards are currently open for public comment until October 4, 2006.

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Comment by Michael Hampton

September 26, 2006 @ 8:23 am

Just skimming through here, it looks like they have at least tried to provide some privacy protection for individuals who enroll in the program, which is good.

It looks like the social security card is not a required document, and the Social Security number is optional. But not providing it could “delay or prevent” the TSA’s security threat assessment. Oh well.

Comment by Jack Grantham

September 29, 2006 @ 10:15 pm

Martin Ingram aka Ian Hurst is a liar

The person who calls himself Martin ingram but is in fact ex Int Corps SSgt Ian Hurst (known as rocky) is a liar of the highest order. His book STEAKNIFE is almost complete fiction, as are his assertions that Martin McGUINNESS was an agent of the state. He is dementedly lying completely about his past service in FRU. He only ever served in sleepy backwaters of the Province and never came face to face with anyone except low level eyes and ears agents. He never ran STEAKNIFE or even met him. In short, his book is a complete fabrication based on god knows what. He endangers the lives of serving and former soldiers as well as civillians with his ridiculous fairy tales. Hopefull he will appear in court at some of the current inquiries and investigations so he can be shown to be the liar he really is.

More at http://ingramis.blogspot.com/

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