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TSA "Security Breach" In PHX

Sat May 28, 2005 3:12 pm

I was in our duty sups office today and heard that the TSA called a security breach at the A checkpoint in T4 - meaning somebody burped/rebooted computers. Of course, this caused major delays for both pax and HP employees coming to work.

This brings to mind a question. How often does the TSA call a "security breach" for something relatively minor? I don't mean somebody snuck through a checkpoint, that's a real reason.
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