The airport security process just got a little easier for laptop-laden travelers. A new Transportation Security Agency regulation, which went into effect this past Saturday, allows passengers to leave their laptop computers in “checkpoint-friendly” cases when going through security lines. TSA has been working with manufacturers since the beginning of the year to create bags that meet the checkpoint-friendly standards by containing a designated laptop-only section; having no metal snaps, ...

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