They rightfully point out that the latest outrage from TSA, as exemplified by this incident, is only the most recent in a long list of outrages. They also point out that while a full-body naked-scan National Opt-Out day is a good start, for real change to take place much more needs to be done.
As a primer, the list of issues addressed in the Identity Project's article include the following:
Roadblock Revelations wholeheartedly agrees with this list and can think a few additional items as well. I'm sure you can too.
The article in its entirety can be found here and is worth the read.
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