Airport face scans stir privacy issues

If the Trump administration gets its way, all

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If the Trump administration gets its way, all U.S. citizens flying abroad will have to submit to face scans at airport security. Privacy advocates accuse the government of overreach, and call the plan a step toward a surveillance state. Reported on July 12, 2017. (Credit: AP)

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