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Do we have rights when it comes to airport security and privacy?

CHICAGO - MARCH 15: Transportation Security Administration (TSA) officers staff a checkpoint at O'Hare International Airport on March 15, 2010 in Chicago, Illinois. Today TSA personnel are scheduled to begin using the Backscatter Advanced Imaging Technology full-body scanners at the airport. Twenty airports nationwide are now using full-body scanners. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Kate Dalley expresses her concerns with the way airport security has a handle on things. She talks about how our right to privacy is violated, and why we do not have a say in the matter.

Kate wonders if this new technology to filter out illegal immigration is taking away our legal rights. She wonders who controls these switches that allows or disallows the boarding of passengers and how prone to bureaucratic error it is.

Listen to more episodes of “The Kate Show” with Kate Dalley on TheBlaze Contributors.

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