Talk:Computer-Assisted Passenger Prescreening System

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Secure Flight[edit]

I redirected Secure Flight here. However, it should probably have its own article. Here is the TSA website. --Dforest 04:19, 12 October 2005 (UTC)

  • I moved it to Airport security.

Removed statement[edit]

While initially denying the existence of such a list, in October, 2002, the TSA acknowledged it.

Other passages say that this list was created by statute, which would obviously make it not-so-secret. This statement needs a reference before it is re-inserted. -- Beland 17:10, 15 April 2006 (UTC)

No fly list[edit]

I think the No fly material needs to be split into a new article. Even this article has an article link. Also if you look at what links here, the no fly redirects are substantial. Also, this article is about a specific system to create a no fly list and is not about the general concepts of a no fly list. Vegaswikian 21:22, 24 May 2006 (UTC)

Sex Offenders and the No-Fly list[edit], the reference [1] does not say what you think it said. Sex offender registries are apparently fed into the NCIC database, which might be one of the databases used for the no-fly -- then again, it may not be. Hardly an iron-clad reference. I'm removing your edits because they are unsourced. -- ArglebargleIV 04:31, 20 June 2006 (UTC)

Bad link[edit]

If anyone can find the article referenced by link [8] about the 9-month-old, the link currently used is dead and a quick trip to the Internet Archive turned up nothing. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Rod Meikle (talkcontribs)

  • I reworded that entry to not include those links. There are well over 2 children that have been selected. Vegaswikian 19:01, 8 July 2006 (UTC)

Watch List - clarification needed[edit]

In the German wikipedia the article "watch list" is directing here. Apparently it is something else, namely a list of people not allowed to travel into the US, not really because of security but because the are "non grata". Also the article of former Austrian president Kurt Waldheim is directing here. There should be some clarification on this. --Lamme Goedzak 07:21, 24 June 2007 (UTC)

Out of date Secure Flight content[edit]

Newbie trying to make the world a (slightly) better place. My only other edit ever was many years ago on sea level rise.

This page had content from 2004 on what was needed before Congress would approve Secure Flight. I don't know specifically what did happen, but Secure Flight was approved in 2009 and also has it's own page. That 2004 info seems out of date, doesn't seem to belong on this page, but might make sense on the Secure Flight page. I deleted it from this page, but that was reversed. Not sure what to do next. Didn't really know I needed to give a reason, or how.


Peterjraymond (talk) 19:18, 23 June 2013 (UTC)

Your edit was undone since you had no edit comment. Simply based on your reply here, one option would be to move that content to the Secure Flight article, possibly in a history section. There has to be edit comments on the removal and add showing where the text went to and came from for attribution purposes. Vegaswikian (talk) 19:58, 23 June 2013 (UTC)

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