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Insiders suited to the job agree upon Passenger Name Record: flight assistants and aircraft pilots encourage the record, but there are always doubts about it

Rome, Italy - After 4 years of controversies, PNR has been approved and it still suggests important questions about the relationship between privacy policy and security. The duty of defining insuperable borders in collecting

PNR (Passenger Name Record) has been approved by European Parliamanet after 4 years of debates and controversies. Before getting into a deep analysis of the legitimacy of this new security tool, which is meant to watch over citizens security, it is necessary to explain its functions and goals. Thanks to PNR every airlines must communicate to the authorities data of passengers from extra-EU countries...

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