TSA now requires separate screenings for all devices "larger than a cell phone"

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TSA now requires separate screenings for all devices “larger than a cell phone”

Readers traveling to the US should take note of the new screening procedures that the TSA (Transport Security Administration) is adopting. 136 more words


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New TSA electronics security requirements coming for domestic flights

The TSA announced today that they are “raising aviation security baseline” by creating more hoops to jump through at security checkpoints. Where before only laptops were taken out of backpacks and placed in their own bin for screening, now any “electronics larger than a cell phone” will get the same treatment. 112 more words

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Attention travelers: Start taking out your iPad at airport security

The Transportation Security Administration said on Wednesday it’s boosting security measures by requiring any carry-on electronic larger than a cellphone to be screened separately at U.S. 284 more words