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Homeland Security backs off on scanning US citizens, Amazon ups AI ante, and more

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"Under current rules, US citizens and permanent residents can refuse to have their faces scanned at airport terminals by talking to a CBP officer or an airline representative."

I'm curious, what's the percentage actually talking to an office to refuse that check? And in that group, what's the percentage that then has to submit to a completely random* secondary inspection?

* Using an officially approved random-number generator

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