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Uncharged devices not allowed to board.
 
Aussies dodge US mobile device flight bans 
By Allie Coyne | Jul 8, 2014 | Comment Now 
No battery checks required for locals bound for US.
 
Dead mobile devices banned from planes to US 
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Passengers asked to prove devices have power.
 
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Re-aligns website responsibility.
 
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Hopes to scan users' devices every two hours.
 
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Denial of service attacks
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Insider threats
  11%
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