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If Samsung Galaxy Note7 phones are such a hazard, why rely on honor code to uphold the ban from planes?

The U.S. Department of Transportation has banned the devices from commercial aircraft. But TSA agents aren't rooting around in travelers' luggage the way they do for liquids or pocket knives.
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