The study, produced by Torch Concepts of Huntsville, Alabama, was titled 'Homeland Security: Airline Passenger Risk Assessment.' The apparent goal of the report was to determine whether it was possible to combine travel and personal information to create a profiling system that would make air travel safer.
The New York-based airline sent an e-mail apologizing to angry customers and said it has taken steps so the situation will not happen again. 'This was a mistake on our part,' JetBlue chief executive David Neeleman said.
Neeleman insisted the data JetBlue provided was not shared with any government agency and that Torch has since destroyed the passenger records"
Actually, now that I think about it, I have no comment. Except that Mr. Neeleman has lost this customer.