I have mixed feelings about the processes that happen at airports with the Transportation and Security Administration or TSA. I fly on average 12 times a year for business purposes. That means on average, I have 24 trips through security screenings. Each airport has different levels of security. Some airports are also more efficient than others.
Lately, story after story has hit the news regarding the privacy of security screenings. The latest having to do with x-ray screenings, and invasive pat downs. I do realize that there is value in having tight security. I am not entirely convinced that these invasive, privacy shattering efforts constitute tight security.
However, I am not sure to what extent one can truly have tight security in these situations without having to impede on some levels of personal privacy. Where is the happy medium?