Good coverage of the filing of the Frontier Travel lawsuit:
- The New York Times, On the Road: When Flying Is Truly the Only Way to Go, which includes this interesting quote:
“Mark Hatfield, a T.S.A. spokesman, said yesterday that the complaint's assertion of systemic secrecy was off base. 'There will be nothing secret' about the process for developing CAPPS2 and enlisting airlines in carrying it out, he said. While the actual text of the security directive outlining CAPPS2 won't be made public for obvious security reasons, he said, 'I'll put out a press release that paraphrases it' when the directive is issued.”
Of course, that's not a legally enforceable promise.