TSA issues new electronics screening procedures for domestic, international flights

The Transportation Security Administration expanded its screening of electronic devices for carry-on luggage on Wednesday with new security procedures for all U.S. and international flights.

The procedures require any electronic device larger than a cell phone to be X-rayed in a separate bin, similar to how laptop computers are currently screened.

TSA officials made no mention of additional screening equipment being deployed to airports in light of the policy change. The agency warned that passengers could face more bag checks, but improved screening procedures would be applied to clear carry-on luggage quickly.


Read more…
Source: FedScoop.