A Laptop Ban Could Actually Kill People - Bloomberg

Lithium-ion computer batteries sometimes catch fire. Imagine that happening in an airplane's cargo hold. by. Joe Nocera. @NoceraBV More stories by Joe Nocera. Wed May 31 2017 11:44:55 GMT-0700 (PDT). Handle with care. Photographer: Tomohiro ...

Homeland Security Secretary Just Hinted at a Big Change in Airline Carry-on Screening - Inc.com

Hope you don't mind waiting for everyone to place small electronics, food, and paper into separate bins. The TSA is already testing this new rule, per Homeland Security chief. By John Brandon. John Brandon is a contributing editor at Inc. magazine ...

Homeland Security says there is 'no timeline' for European laptop ban, but it's still an option - TechCrunch

Business travelers between the U.S. and Europe can breathe a small sigh of relief and clutch their laptops a little closer — for now, anyway. Following a call between Secretary John Kelly and defense leads in Europe, the U.S. Department of Homeland ...

US holds off on expansion of laptop ban – for now - Tnooz

The Department of Homeland Security announced that Secretary John Kelly did not make an announcement regarding “a much-discussed expansion” of the so-called laptop ban. The no-announcement announcement followed a telephone call with European ...

US Holds Off on Laptop Ban on Flights From Europe for Now - World Politics Review

(DW) — The US Department of Homeland Security insisted on Tuesday the restriction on laptops and other larger electronics items from European airports could still be imposed "if the intelligence and threat level warrant it." Secretary of Homeland ...

Here Are the Airports You Can't Fly From With Your Laptop - Entrepreneur

The Department of Homeland Security announced on Tuesday that it would not be implementing a ban on laptops and other electronic devices on flights to the United States from Europe. Whether the U.S. government will pursue a rule like this in the future ...

US won't ban electronics from European flights for now - AfterDawn

U.S. won't ban electronics from European flights for now Air passengers flying to the United States from European countries will not be subjected to an electronics ban, at least for the time being. That was made clear today by U.S. Department of ...

No Conclusion From EU-US Laptop Ban Talks - Aviation Week

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Ban on electronics in airplane cabins may expand - Radio Canada International

The United States now bans laptops and other electronic devices in the cabins of aircraft arriving from ten airports, many of them in the Middle East. U.S. Department of Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly said last weekend he is considering ...

DHS Announces No European Electronics Ban for Now as Talks Continue - AviationNews.net

top story photo The Department of Homeland Security has announced that it will not expand to European airports a ban on electronics larger than a cell phone in the cabin, but discussions will continue and the restrictions could be expanded in the future.

US to EU in-flight tablet, notebook ban off, but 'still on the table' as an option - AppleInsider (press release) (blog)

A ban on travelers storing large electronic devices in carry-on luggage will not be applied to flights from Europe to the United States for now, officials have confirmed, but despite ongoing talks on both sides of the Atlantic over the matter, the U.S ...

US-EU laptop ban still a possibility - Delano.lu

Airline passengers flying from Europe to the US could still face an in-flight laptop ban in the future, according to a US Department of Homeland Security spokesman. Pictured: An airport security checkpoint at Beijing Capital International Airport is ...

What to Do If the Laptop Ban Goes Global - Backchannel

Checking your electronics is as risky as it is inconvenient. Here's how to stay secure. (Anadolu Agency / Getty Images). Computing on the road may be about to get more complicated, expensive, and risky. For this you can thank people who want to blow ...

Talks continue on laptop flight curbs as EU, US hold call - American Journal of Transportation

U.S. Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly and European Union leaders agreed to continue talks on whether to expand an American ban on laptops in airliner cabins to include flights from Europe, the two sides said. Kelly in a call with European Home ...

Putting Laptops in Airplane Cargo Holds Is Ridiculous but Almost No One Will Say So - TheStreet.com

A laptop ban is an idea whose time hasn't come -- and hopefully never will. While recent reporting on the likelihood of a ban's imposition has been contradictory, USA Today reported Tuesday that the Department of Homeland Security is still considering ...

No Laptop Ban on US Flights From Europe, for Now - Al-Bawaba

The US has temporarily stepped back from placing a ban on carry-on computers on flights coming in from Europe. (Shutterstock). Follow >. Click here to add Donald Trump as an alert. Click here to remove the Donald Trump alert. Disable alert for Donald ...

US Won't Ban Laptops on Flights From Europe: Report - AviationPros.com

The Trump administration has decided not to ban laptops on the cabins of U.S.-bound flights from Europe, Politico reported Tuesday. The decision was reportedly announced during a conference call between Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly and ...

US spares Europe from laptop ban on flights, for now - domain-B

The US will not impose a ban on carry-on laptops on flights coming from Europe for now, it was officially announced on Monday, though the option is still on the table. The ban has been in place for some time now for flights from certain regions of the ...

US Says Expansion of Laptop Ban 'Still on the Table' - NDTV

The US Department of Homeland Security is still considering an expansion of a ban on laptops and other large electronics in airline cabins after Secretary John Kelly spoke to European officials on Tuesday, a department spokesman said. The spokesman ...

US won't ban laptops on European flights, at least for now - Engadget

After weeks of discussions, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has said it won't enforce a ban on laptops and other personal electronics on flights to the US from Europe. While officials remain keen to "implement any and all measures necessary ...