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Unformatted text preview: The main, and most important, aspect and benefit to airport security is that it keeps all passengers protected from serious danger. Airport security was a process before the attacks on the World Trade Towers in 2001, however after September 11 th , security has been getting stricter at an exponential rate in hopes to keep everyone safe. In order to do so, the airports must take large actions to ensure that no dangerous items or people pass through the security checkpoint. These actions include different machines to scan not only the bag in which some one carries on with them but also the person themselves. According to ABC News when writing an article about the 9/11 anniversary, Eighty-four percent (of Americans) say increased security in airports and government buildings have been effective at preventing further attacks since 9/11, the highest-rated action taken (Langer)....
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- Spring '08