How to Travel like a CIA Spy

I unreservedly condemn Edward Snowden’s massive release of important U.S. government secrets. Once they’re out, though, it makes no sense to ignore the information now available.

A 14-page document from the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) carrying the arduous bureaucratic title of Surviving Secondary: An Identity Threat Assessment of Secondary Screening Procedures at International Airports offers a case in point. Translated into normal English, this means, “How undercover agents can avoid trouble when going through passport and custom controls.”

How to Travel like a CIA Spy :: Daniel Pipes.