Air-travel data puts Europeans at risk of identity theft

Is system open to spooks and crooks?


The debate over the sharing of European air passenger records with the US has been controversial, but a leading expert says that Passenger Name Records (PNR) can be accessed anywhere in the world and no logs are kept, meaning that nobody will ever know who has seen or copied the information.

Edward Hasbrouck has been a travel agent and is now a leading author and expert on independent travel -  he spoke to New Europe concerning how PNRs are actually being used and how they can compromis...


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