A story by the Washington Post entitled "The secret life of baggage: Where does your luggage go at the airport?"
briefly showed a picture of a TSA agent holding his set of master luggage keys. A France based individual going by the name Xylitol created CAD drawings of the master keys and made them freely available for download. And in the age of 3D printing, that's all it took to bring the TSA lock system to its knees.
Soon after the CAD drawings were made available, Bernard Bolduc of Montreal downloaded the files and 10 minutes later had created a 3D printed master key that opened his TSA lock. The result is staggering – millions of TSA locks are now [practically] useless as anyone with a 3D printer can churn out TSA master keys at will.
Photography is a powerful medium. It has ability to influence public policy or be the catalyst for war. On that note, a camera can be used as an instrument of great intentions or alternately, a dangerous weapon; be careful what you point it at. [Sean]