"The U.S. government will soon take over the running of the controversial no-fly list from airlines.
The system has been plagued by controversy because of the number of so-called "false positives" - people with the same or similar names to those on the list. Most recently, two lawmakers said they had been repeatedly challenged by airline staff.
Transportation Security Administration chief Adm. David Stone said his agency would roll out a program to "bring the 'no-fly'list under the government umbrella; "So that we don't have a list of no-fly and selectees (distributed) worldwide (to) airlines."
Why not put that list on Internet? (Sarcastic)
What catergizes a person to be put on a no-fly list? (Despite THE OBVIOUS)
Is this invasion of Privicy? What controls the list from being exposed to the public or the wrong people in company? Should the passenger have the right to be told why he/she is on the no fly list?
Effecting the way an airline trests its customers?
What is your opinion?
[Edited 2004-08-27 00:48:06]