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Photos of U.S travelers and license plate images were recently stolen from a database maintained by Customs and Border Protection (CBP), the agency confirmed on Monday. In a statement to The Hill, a CBP spokesperson said it learned on May 21 that a “subcontractor … had transferred copies of license plate images and traveler images […]

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Former TSA Administrator Kip Hawley wrote an op-ed pointing out the security vulnerabilities in the TSA’s PreCheck program:

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An undisclosed number of travelers who use Hotels.com may have been victims of a phishing scheme. The company said some customers were recently tricked into disclosing their names, phone numbers, email addresses and travel bookings. An individual was reportedly able to convince customers that they represented either Hotels.com or the hotel where they booked a […]

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