The National Business Travel Association has released a white paper on the overall effect of CAPPS II and security-related privacy issues on travel, including information that corporate travel managers and meeting planners should take into account for the future. Some of the conclusions: -While the pre-screening and biometric identification techniques are likely to speed up security lines, increase passenger confidence, and reduce costs for TSA, CAPPS II is also likely to cost airlines ...

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