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Re: TSA Kills Dead Devices' Ticket to Ride
Posted by John P. Mello Jr. on 2014-07-08 13:07:52
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In a move that's bound to raise the power management consciousness of air travelers, the U.S. Transportation Security Administration on Sunday announced a ban on electronic devices that won't power up before they're carried onto a plane. During the security examination conducted by TSA officers before passengers board a plane, travelers may be asked to power up some electronic devices, the agency said. Powerless devices will not be permitted on board the aircraft, and travelers may undergo additional screening.

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Re: TSA Kills Dead Devices' Ticket to Ride  John P. Mello Jr.  2014-07-08 13:07:52
Re: TSA Kills Dead Devices' Ticket to Ride  Kagehi  2014-07-08 13:09:35
Re: TSA Kills Dead Devices' Ticket to Ride  Fetrow  2014-07-12 00:16:57
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