Airports Protect Their Passengers And Essay

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Take for instance the privacy which could be infringed by being recorded on a video camera while boarding on a plane or being in the company of a partner other than one's spouse. Then, there is the multitude of checkups to which the travelers is subjected, starting with the general verification of the documents, to the very personal and invasive body search. In some cases, women are asked to take off their shoes so that the high heels can be scanned. While all these are not necessarily illegal, they can be invasive and denigrating.

There is also the enhanced search of all people who seem of Arab descent, due to the misconception and fear manifested upon the presence of an Arab within an American airport. This behavior can easily lead to situations of discrimination, which are as illegal as it gets. Additionally, "special treatment" is also being offered...

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These could break civil rights by not allowing people to pack sufficient food and drinks for a long flight, medication for motion sickness or other items which are required by passengers, but which do not seem compulsory to the airport authorities.
All these issues reveal major means in which the enhanced airport security measures interfere with the civil rights of the individual travelers. Several complaints have been registered in this sense, and their number is expected to increase as airports continually violate the privacy of travelers.

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