An internal study by the Department of Homeland Security was able to sneak weapons and explosives past TSA checkpoints 95% of the time during undercover tests. In total, 67 of 70 agents were able to sneak their weapons through, including one agent who got through a pat-down with a bomb strapped to his back. Here are some of the other ways that TSA agents were fooled.
This weekend, The New York Times reported on the unprecedented assistance from AT&T in the release of billions of customers ‘ private emails to the NSA. And in an unlikely turn from AT&T ‘s traditional customer service practices, apparently these guys were all too eager to help.