Should people in airports go through such intense security screening.

Asked by: Crystal.Haunter
  • It shouldn't be by the government though.

    Security screening is a violation of rights to business owners. They should be in charge of the screening involved, as security is an expense that they need to pay for. It shouldn't be government related. It's a waste of tax dollars. The government should require airlines to do their own screening, it shouldn't be a government action.

  • I think people should go through intense security screening

    People should go through intense security screening because, most people have a tendency to carry scary and harmful things onto planes that could damage the plain. That's why most people have to go through intense security scanning, so people don't end up carrying bombs or weapons onto the plane and/or airport. It might jeopardize personal privacy and space, but would you rather be dead or violated?

  • They should yes

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  • Intense screening is required

    Absolutely! People should certainly go through the intense security screening at airports. Had there been tough and intense screening during the 90's many flight hijacking such as the Indian Airlines 814 could have been easily avoided. It is also neccessary to catch those with harmful intentions and bringing illegal materials into another country.

  • There is no intense security screening.

    All the security screening in airports is as useless now as it would be 30 years ago when people were allowed to smoke in planes. The number of terrorist attacks was never higher when there was no intense security screening and it will never be lower because of it, because if there is a will there is a way so there is no need to bother passengers about lighters, matches and shampoo bottles. Having to fly is bad enough so leave me alone.

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