On Tuesday, February 23, 2021, Judge John A. Gibney, Jr., U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Virginia, ruled that travelers have a clearly established right to record TSA screeners. Judge Gibney further ruled that the TSA agents involved in the lawsuit are not protected by qualified immunity.
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Federal Judge Rules That Travelers Have a Clearly Established Right to Record TSA Screeners
Posted in: Civil Rights
Tagged: Bivens, first amendment, Fourth Amendment, TSA
ACLU Demands Information on TSA Policies for Searching Electronic Devices on Domestic Flights
The ACLU filed a FOIA lawsuit to collect information about the policies, equipment, and training that apply to the search of electronic devices brought by passengers on domestic flights, a practice that may have begun last fall.
Posted in: Civil Rights, Constitutional Law
Tagged: ACLU, California, civil rights, discovery, FOIA, TSA