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I know with police there are certain right you have such as refusing search of your car without probable cause or refusing to answer questions which could be used to incriminate yourself. However there are certain things you are required to do such as show driving credentials while operating a car.
Are there certain defined rights that I have with dealing with the TSA like when dealing with the police? I have had problem with TSA agents asking for my age which I believe has nothing to do with security of the plane rather to try to embarrass me because I have a younger wife.
I usually tell them what my driver license said but they demand to know my age by number. Am I required to tell them my age( apparently telling them my date-of-birth is not good enough for them) ?
Thanks.I am trying to figure out if the actual age is required vs only date-of-birth. I found the following information which would seem to suggest that only date-of-birth is required. Federal Regulations. Here is the applicable section: 49 C.F.R. § 1540.107 Submission to screening and inspection. (a) No individual may enter a sterile area or board an aircraft without submitting to the screening and inspection of his or her person and accessible property in accordance with the procedures being applied to control access to that area or aircraft under this subchapter. (b) An individual must provide his or her full name, as defined in §1560.3 of this chapter, date of birth, and gender.