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TSA Releases Another Round Of YouTube Videos
The TSA image makeover continues, and the latest front isn't "60 Minutes" but rather YouTube. After releasing a small batch of short-on-specifics videos earlier this year, the agency is back to the tubes with four more shorts.
While November's videos purported to explain why the TSA does what it does, these new ones are more instructive, reminding you that you'll need to remove shoes and jackets, have your ID and boarding pass out and ready for inspection and take your laptop out of its bag when hitting the airport. (Wait, why no mention of checkpoint friendly luggage?) The agency also highlights its well-received "self-select" and family lanes.
We're all about transparency at the government agency we harp on the most, but while these videos were clearly well-produced, they've yet to take off with the Reddit set: The "Traveling with Children" video has a pathetic four views so far.