Airlines oppose TSA's plan to ask travelers for more information

11/29/2007 | USA Today · Times (London) (subscription required), The

Some airlines oppose a government proposal that would allow the TSA to start collecting additional personal data on travelers. The TSA said getting travelers' birth date and gender will allow it to conduct more precise background checks, but carriers say that requesting additional information will make the reservation process more complicated and time-consuming.

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