A redacted U.S. Transportation Security Administration manual posted online inadvertently revealed agency secrets regarding airport passenger screening practices, The Washington Post reported.
The breach made the TSA's most sensitive screening practices public. Altogether, the 93-page TSA screening manual revealed how TSA employees should do their jobs, including how bags are checked for explosives, who should be screened, and how to deal with CIA agents.
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