In this case, I think that all the airport security is for the general public's peace of mind.
Well, last time I checked, there is no right to FEEL safe, especially at the expense of our rights, health, or well being. A reasonable right to expect to be safe yes, but not a right to merely feel safe.
Are you saying that I as a professional composer should let companies use my older music for free in commercial contexts, to benefit society?
Well, depending on HOW OLD that work is, that answer varies from no, to maybe, to a definitive YES - something that was very much true of copyright laws back when the term was considerably shorter.
(i.e., theft because you did not pay for content intended for sale)
So, if I get a CD as a gift, that is theft? I got it for free, legally [as it in o itself was legally obtained] - obviously you don't know what heft is... grab a dictionary, and read some law for fuck's sake/
Measure twice, cut once.