Monday, April 12, 2004

American Airlines admitted that it shared passenger data with the Transportation Security Administration in June 2002, without the permission of the passengers. That data was then shared with four research companies — HNC Software, Infoglide Software, Ascent Technology and Lockheed Martin. American Airlines says it didn't give permission to share the data with these companies, a claim being challenged by Airline Automation, the company which actually shared the data.


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