Dad to Principal: "My son can't defend himself when he gets hit?" Principal: "Your son should come to us so we can stop it." Dad: "That's fine, so how about this? Every time my son tells us he got hit, I hit you!" Teachers and playground monitors paid better attention after that.
It's not the TSA, it's the union representing the TSA screeners.
I don't care if it costs 6.5 trillion. The amount of knowledge gained from peering that far back is invaluable.
This means users were vulnerable without notice of a breach during that time.