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England. It has been known since at least 1995 that these devices pose
a threat to commercial airliners when used by terrorists. In an
in-depth article we explain the threat that portable electronic devices
pose and conclude with a list of tips that can help you survive the
current and any new restrictions. Let us all hope it doesn't come to
Re: Airport Security verses the Business Traveler
I think I'll give the place a miss for the time being.
I''ve seen enough laptops wrecked and stolen from checked in
baggage, and the carrier disclaims liability that my nice Sony TX
is not going in the hold. In any event its needed for inflight
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