The Transportation Security Administration is promising a “full review” after the release of an unredacted version of its Screening Management Standard Operating Procedures over the weekend.
The existence of the document, first reported yesterday on the blog Wandering Aramean, was a brief sensation in the travel blogosphere — until people read the manual. Not only was it boring. It was also obsolete.
What gave this story more than its 15 seconds of Internet fame? Probably the fact that TSA had meant to redact certain portions, but because of an apparent lack of computer skills, it failed to effectively do so.
“Oops! Unredacted TSA manual released; “full review” underway by agency”