The US ban on taking any electronic device larger than a smartphone into the cabin of an airplane was prompted by the theft of X-ray equipment used for screening baggage, a technology expert, who is now a civil rights advocate, claims.
Britain has followed the US in banning the carrying of larger electronic devices into the cabins of planes belonging to certain airlines. The ban applies to flights to British destinations while the US ban covers direct flights to the US mainland.
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