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S.4037 Security Screening Confidential Data Privacy Act, 111th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Dec 16, 2010 Read twice and referred to the Committee on the Judiciary.

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    • Senators propose criminalizing misuse of airport body scanner ... - December 19, 2010 by Privacy News - PogoWasRight.org - Interestingly, and probably as a reaction to recent events, the proposed bill makes it clear that journalists may be exempt from the provisions. The bill also defines “journalist.” For those wishing to track it, the bill is S. 4037 and ...

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      As noted by Privacy News - PogoWasRight.org on December 19, 2010, "Interestingly, and probably as a reaction to recent events, the proposed bill makes it clear that journalists may be exempt from the provisions. The bill also defines “journalist.” For those wishing to track it, the bill is S. 4037 and ..." (http://www.pogowasright.org/?p=18449)
    • S.4037: A bill to impose a criminal penalty for unauthorized ... - December 14, 2010 by Open Congress : Senate Judiciary - Major... - Official government data, breaking news and blog coverage, public comments and user community for S.4037 A bill to impose a criminal penalty for unauthorized recording or distribution of images produced using advanced imaging technology ...

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      As noted by Open Congress : Senate Judiciary - Major... on December 14, 2010, "Official government data, breaking news and blog coverage, public comments and user community for S.4037 A bill to impose a criminal penalty for unauthorized recording or distribution of images produced using advanced imaging technology ..." (http://www.opencongress.org/bill/111-s4037/show)
    • Bill Action: Introduced: S. 4037: A bill to impose a criminal ... - December 14, 2010 by Active Legislation -- Tracked by GovTrack.us - Charles Schumer [D-NY] introduced S. 4037: A bill to impose a criminal penalty for unauthorized recording or distribution of images produced using advanced imaging technology during screenings of individuals at airports and upon entry ...

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      As noted by Active Legislation -- Tracked by GovTrack.us on December 14, 2010, "Charles Schumer [D-NY] introduced S. 4037: A bill to impose a criminal penalty for unauthorized recording or distribution of images produced using advanced imaging technology during screenings of individuals at airports and upon entry ..." (http://www.govtrack.us/congress/bill.xpd?bill=s111-4037)

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