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- "Homeland Security - Airline Passenger Risk Assessment" Torch Concepts' presentation to the TSA in February 2003 (PDF)
- Ryan Singel, JetBlue Shared Passenger Data, Wired News, Sept. 18, 2003.
- JetBlue Apologizes For Divulging Info, Reuters, Sept. 19, 2003.
- JetBlue in Privacy Faux Pas, Associated Press, Sept. 20, 2003.
- Ryan Singel and Noah Shachtman, Army Admits Using JetBlue Data, Wired News, Sept. 23, 2003.
"This report is based on a substantial document review by the DHS Privacy Office. These documents were obtained from a variety of sources: documents voluntarily provided by DHS employees.... The DHS Privacy Office further recognizes the work of our colleagues at the TSA FOIA office for their assistance in compiling documents for our review."- DHS Privacy Office, Report to the Pubic on Events Surrounding jetBlue Data Transfer
- FOIA Follow-up letter on status of JetBlue data FOIA in light of DHS Privacy Office report
- ACLU FOIA request for materials gathered during production of DHS report titled "Report to the Public on Events Surrounding JetBlue Data Transfer"