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U.S. travel ban: Airline computer-separation fears

U.S. travel ban: Airline computer-separation fears

What price security? American travelers are about to find out when they plan a trip to, say, Amsterdam – not Amman – and find they have to surrender all electronics except their smartphone before boarding a plane back to the U.S.
While the U.S. Department of Homeland Security holds that although there have been no credible threats or alerts to be concerned with, it is weighing a potential new decree by the Trump administration to ban all electronics bigger than a Smartphone on flights coming into the U.S. from some cities in Europe. Unlike the previous ban, the new directives, if put into action, would affect U.S. carriers as well.
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