Under an Israeli-modelled pilot program kicking off this week at Boston's Logan Airport, TSA agents will chat with passengers using behavior detection techniques - looking for shifty eyes, gulping, sweating - to ferret out "intent to cause a problem." Some critics worry that TSA agents, historically not always rocket scientists, may indulge in racial or ethnic profiling, but that would never happen, right?
TSA Will Now Chat You Down, Not Feel You Up
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