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No-fly list: once you're on, there's no way off

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Published on Jun 11, 2012

Currently there are approximately 400,000 people on the United States' consolidated terrorist watch list and 6,000 are on the no-fly list, which means flying in American airspace is prohibited for a pretty big chunk of the country. Some people have been placed on that list just for having a name comparable to someone who is being watched by the US government. Jonathan Corbett, president for Fourten Technologies, joins us to discuss how fair this practice actually is.

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