TSA Will Stop Tracking Your Bathroom Use, Sleeping Preferences
Hey, how nice of them.
Now sing it with me..."For the laaaand of the freeeee...and the home, of the, brave..." But not in airports. Or lots of other places.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) claims it will no longer track the normal movements of people who aren't suspected of any wrongdoing. So while the agency can and likely will keep treating law-abiding Americans like terrorists, it will stop taking note of such supposedly suspicious behaviors as using the restroom, sweating, and sleeping on a flight.
Federal Air Marshal Director David Kohl tells The Boston Globe that the agency will no longer track "routine passenger behaviors on a plane that would be seen as a normal behavior."
If you see someone take a nap on a flight, say something!