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.
raffnix writes "Today, Finland-based paper group Stora Enso has announced that Google is buying the buildings and most of the Summa Mill site, where production of paper was ceased last month, for approximately 40 million Euros ($51.7 million). Obviously the space is most likely going to serve as a data center, which has now also been confirmed by Reuters."
This means users were vulnerable without notice of a breach during that time.