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TSA Introduces New Safety Measures for Electronic Devices

U.S. officials say the new rules are necessary because of increased concern over possible terrorist threats in Iraq and Syria.
09:13 | 07/07/2014

Transcript for TSA Introduces New Safety Measures for Electronic Devices

New threats new rules from the TSA. If you're flying into the US from oversees. You better have a foundry I've had charged up because if it is not and you cannot turn it on and off. It is staying... See More
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