License to terrorize
from The Daily
Using the same technology favored by teens to get past bouncers at a nightclub, terrorists could be boarding your next flight. Since the 9/11 attacks, the Department of Homeland Security has spent billions of dollars securing America's airports. But an investigation by The Daily shows a significant gap still remains. With just a few clicks of a mouse and a transfer of cash, anyone willing to skirt the law can obtain counterfeit driver's licenses, which experts say can get anyone right past security and onto an airplane.
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