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Yes, You Are Increasingly Exposed In Our Connected World

Also, I learned a new term so I can better communicate with both the cool tech kids and the informed HR directors – “dooced”.

SMS is it Risky Business?

Posted on Centerlines Blog on Oct. 17 by Chris Oswald Speaking today on ACI-NA’s Are You Exposed session, David Bannard with Foley & Lardner discussed a number of the challenges facing U.S. airports as they begin implementing airport safety management systems and concrete steps that airports can take to address them.  These steps include identifying […]

Lawyers Get a Briefing on Airport Security Issues

By Monica Hargrove Airport Security—at the checkpoint as well as at the border—Are there cameras at your security checkpoint? What concerns do they raise? Are there cameras at other places at your airport? What are the privacy concerns? What are the notice requirements? What issues do airport lawyers need to be prepared to address? Our […]

Airports Urge DOT to Deny Slot Swap Request and Uphold Airport Proprietary Rights

By Morgan Dye Airports Council International – North America (ACI-NA) has submitted comments in response to the Department of Transportation’s (DOT) Notice on its grant of the joint petition of Delta Air Lines’ and US Airways’ slot swap at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) and New York LaGuardia Airport (LGA). ACI-NA’s comments stressed that […]

Impact of FAA Shutdown: Tucson International Airport

By Bonnie Allin We are grateful our nation’s leadership did the right thing and passed the 21st short term FAA extension that returned thousands of people to work.  It is unfortunate that the aviation system suffered a two-week shutdown of FAA and approximately $400 million in lost revenue before it was accomplished.  It is also unfortunate that thousands of FAA personnel and many contractor employees […]

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