Josh Sigurdson reports on recent news out of Las Vegas, Nevada as a new pilot is launched at the Las Vegas airport utilizing facial recognition technology to compile data and "make lines shorter" according to the TSA.
Last Friday, a US federal appeals court sided with the people ?" finally. The court ruled that travelers can sue the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) officers for "abusive conduct."
TSA will scan your printed travel documents and then scan your face to see how well they can match you. In the process, they will ultimately create a nationwide facial recognition system on all travelers.
The outage had impacted more than 10 major airports.