Slovakian Authorities Plant Explosives Material In Passenger’s Bag, Which Makes Its Way To Ireland; Follow Airport Privacy Issues At Airline Industry Today

January 7, 2010 /EIN PRESSWIRE/ Slovakian authorities planted explosives material in the bag of an unsuspecting airline passenger in order to train a bomb-sniffing dog, but when that test failed, the bag with the explosives material made it all the way to Ireland, leaving one innocent passenger in the middle of a precarious position.

With this stunt by Slovakian authorities, combined with the controversy behind the appropriateness of full-body scans at airports, the privacy rights of airline passengers have hit a tipping point. How far will airlines and airports go to allay security concerns, and do passengers actually have rights when they choose to travel by air?

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