Well, we all know about this one. When traveling to the US, you have to hand over credit card information, they take two fingerprints and a photo is made.... I could be me, but this is more like KGB style that that of what they call the free world. What happened to privacy? Airline companies are forced to hand over personal information of all pasengers before departure. If not, they are refused their landing rights. Simple as that. What is this? Has America gone paranoid after 9/11 or under Bush? And don't they know that this investment and robbing of privacy is in vain? Be realistic. Terrorists are way smarter then to walk into this trap. And don't even mention creative. It is very unlikely that Al Qaeda ever planned a second airplane attack. They will find other ways in the least expected way. Oh, and then there is the disrespect of the US for other nations. How could you ever call yourself an ally if your citizens aren't even trusted? This is not a solution, this is insanity! America crossed a border here, and not by a little.