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  • University of Madison-Wisconsin student journalist Talya Minsberg, who is at the Capitol, told The Huffington Post that there are vastly more people stuck outside than inside due to "airport-style" security measures.

    Wisconsin GOP Senators Pass Stand-Alone Anti-Union Bill Without Democrats Present

  • There was planning and preparation for an attack, presumably in the New York area, where there would be a large number of people and where security screening is lax such as a large railroad or subway station, essentially where there is no airport-style screening, the sources said.

    Suspect in terror probe admits ties to al Qaeda, official says

  • You will have to go through a full airport-style security check each time you enter the surrounding area of the Congress Centre.

    Not all fun and frolic at Davos 2011

  • Hundreds of people had lined up more than two hours before Mr. Sarkozy's morning speech at the elite university's Low Library to pass through stringent airport-style security for the event.

    Sarkozy Seeks to Mend Ties in U.S.

  • If all goes according to plan, guests won't have to swarm around clipboard-wielding assistants but will line up at airport-style kiosks to receive their seating assignments.

    Sequins, Fur and Bar Codes

  • A trial found that introducing airport-style checks would be impractical and antagonise the public.

    Boing Boing

  • "However, given the very large passenger flows and thousands of entry points on the UK rail and underground networks, 100% airport-style screening is currently not feasible."

    Boing Boing

  • This helps me understand the rationale of AMTRAK not wanting to allow firearms in checked baggage which is not completely isolated from passenger areas until they get airport-style screening of passengers.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » The Origins of Security Screening at Airports

  • You go through an airport-style metal detector or security screen, if you know what I mean.

    CNN Transcript Jul 16, 2009

  • It brought to mind the bombings in Madrid, the train bombings, and led to theorizing amongst law enforcement officials that perhaps what these people were considering doing was taking these backpacks filled with explosives into some sort of transportation hub where they would not have been airport-style screening, something like, let's say, a train or a rail station.

    CNN Transcript Sep 18, 2009

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