I won't fly jetBlue


In September of 2002, JetBlue Airways secretly gave the Transportation Security Administration the full travel records of 5 million JetBlue customers. This sensitive travel data was then turned-over to a private security contractor for analysis, the results of which were presented at a security conference earlier this year and then posted on the Internet.

I won't fly Delta, for assisting the US government in trying out a privacy-draining program to "stop terrorists", and now jetBlue is off the list (even though I wanted to try them).

A shame. I was looking forward to experiencing a business George Soros helped fund.

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Written by Andrew Ittner in misc on Mon 22 September 2003. Tags: commentary, complaint, privacy