Re: [alac] ICANN Statement on London Bombings
- To: "Bret Fausett" <bfausett@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [alac] ICANN Statement on London Bombings
- From: "John R Levine" <johnl@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: 7 Jul 2005 18:58:08 -0400
> The advice we have received is that if you are transiting through London
> on the way to the ICANN meeting in Luxembourg, please do not go to
> central London. If you have a stopover, please stay at hotels at the
> airport or west of the city.
Oh, for heaven's sake. I am in England right now, and although the
bombings are a big deal, by all evidence most transportation will be back
to normal by Saturday.
On the other hand, I strongly suggest that all travellers avoid the Los
Angeles International Airport, since that airport shares the same poorly
conceived and implemented TSA security as other US airports. The long
lines at security points at LAX that often extend out onto the sidewalk
due to TSA understaffing have frequently been noted as obvious targets for
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