TSA is testing behavioral detection screening at two different airports
This behavioral screening program at airports makes a lot of sense as long as it doesn’t tilt toward racial profiling.
Excerpt from The New York Times
The Transportation Security Administration is taking another step back from its one-size-fits-all security screening that requires all airline passengers to remove their belts, shoes and coats at checkpoints.
The agency already makes some exceptions, including allowing some frequent travelers who have passed background checks to move more quickly through security — an E-ZPass, of sorts, called PreCheck for passengers traveling in the United States.