RE: Seven rules for flying with a laptop: Share these tips with clients
If you have the time take a train or drive yourself that way you don't have to worry about these infantile posturings of a few tech brainless wonders. Also, there is nothing written into the law that says they can go fishing around inside your laptop beyond it's operating correctly. The TSA has no rights to inspect the contents of your hard drive without a warrant signed specifically with those intents. They might like to think they do but they don't. The only thing they are allowed to check is if it turns on and off properly.
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