posted on Sep, 8 2009 @ 11:20 AM
Tally another notch in the FOIA bedpost boys and girls!
If you are wanting to know precisely what Personal Data the Department of Homeland Security is gathering on it's own citizens and using to profile
them using it's Automated Targeting System, then you are in luck!
An anonymous patriot has gotten a copy of their DHS Travel Record using the Freedom of Information/Privacy Act from the U.S. Customs and Border Patrol
and posted it online.
What Does DHS Know About You?
The document reveals that the DHS is storing: the traveler's credit card number and expiration; IP addresses used to make Web travel reservations;
hotel information and itinerary; full airline itinerary including flight numbers and seat numbers; phone numbers including business, home, and cell;
and every frequent flyer and hotel number associated with the traveler, even ones not used for the specific reservation.
So, now the only question is what data on that DHS Travel Record sets off the Red Flags in the Automated Targeting System to get you on the No Fly
List or singled out for additional searches?