The new rules are a big improvement over the old ones, but they still have some problems.

The Old Rules: The “No-Fly List” and the “Selectee List”

In 2002, Congress passed the Homeland Security Act (HSA), which created a list of people who were not allowed to fly on commercial aircraft in or out of U.S. airspace. This was called the No Fly List under HSA section 44940(a). In 2004, this list was expanded by adding another category for people who could not board flights within U.S

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