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Shoulder surfing: Are you responsible if another traveler is offended by your screen?

Okay. So you’re on a plane, and you finish up your work and close your laptop. You glance across the aisle, and realize that a person near you is watching porn. What do you do? According to a recent article from USA Today, looking at other passengers’ phone and computer screens is called “shoulder surfing,”…

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Crossing the line……again

Oh dear. TSA is a never ending source of, “Seriously???” moments. In the last year, stories ranging from hilarious to horrifying have appeared, and now the agency famous for its comedy of errors has struck again. According to CNN, a TSA agent found a, shall we say, “personal item” in the luggage of a traveler.…

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