More projection. Unlike you I got a full-time job and an apartment all of my own.
And your logic still doesn't follow. You're trying to prove that one very specific abuse of this data (Guys sharing it with each-other) is inevitable. Your only real example of them doing so is has a motive that is totally irrelevant to a text file about airline tickets.
In other words your generalization is so broad it's meaningless. For example every cop has a gun. This means that he could theoretically go out and kill the local First Grade Class. By your generalization it's totally inevitable this will happen at some point, which in turn means we should disarm the police.
Most cops have cars. These could be misused in some unlikely, and totally destructive way, such as a mass campaign by Cleveland Height PD to run down the entire Kindergarten class at recess. therefore, per your generalization, it is inevitable that the Cleveland height PD will eventually try to run down the entire kindergarten class at recess, and Cleveland Heights cops should walk.
One of the first things you learn when you leave your mom's basement, and start dealing with the real world, is that people do bad things when they have a motive to do said bad things. These particular abuses are unlikely because there's no emotional payoff to killing small children.
By the same token, the emotional payoff from reading a supremely boring text file about a supremely boring plane trip is completely different then the payoff of seeing a good nudie, therefore the fact agents at a completely different agency shared nudies had no bearing on whether TSA guys will share travel documents.