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TSA Supports Screening Habit With Ad Space

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Soon your hellish, invasive TSA screening will be brought to you by your friendly airport operator. Aviation Week broke the news that a pilot program to allow advertising on "divestiture bins, divestiture and composure tables, and metal-free bin return carts."

Boy, do I feel safer already. Especially since not just anybody can use this new and captive space. "Interested parties will have to partner with airport operators to develop a proposal for TSA review. Only airport operators can submit proposals for use of the checkpoints for advertising," according to a Dec. 21, 2006, posting on the Federal Business Opportunities website.
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