Some American travelers tracked in ‘Quiet Skies’ government surveillance program
Under a program called ‘Quiet Skies,’ the TSA puts air marshals on planes to monitor U.S. citizens who raised flags by their foreign travel or other activities, a new report by the Boston Globe reveals.
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