All the travelers who get "mis labeled" or labled for constitutionally protected activities and who's lives are disrupted or ruined because of it sorry you can't sue.
Four companies are first to get Safety Act protection
By Gail Repsher Emery
Lockheed Martin received protection for its automated, threat-based risk assessment platform, an integrated computer system that provides near real-time, terrorism threat analysis.
The platform enables information sharing between private industry and the government through continuous, independent auditing of compliance with policies governing access, use and distribution of information, according to the Homeland Security Department. The platform is used in CAPPS II, the Computer-Assisted Passenger Prescreening System, which identifies potentially dangerous airline travelers.