security

  1. Unhypnotized

    Interpol chief calls for global electronic identity card system

    Help Net Security April 7, 2011 The head of INTERPOL has emphasized the need for a globally verifiable electronic identity card (e-ID) system for migrant workers at an international forum on citizen ID projects, e-passports, and border control management. Speaking at the fourth Annual EMEA...
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    Airport security

    As I sent my best friend off at the airport I couldn't help but notice that it took her over 15 minutes to make it the 10 feet from the entrance to the security clearance area to the end of it. She had to take off her coat, her shoes, remove her laptop from the case and also remove her plastic...
  3. Truth Vibrations

    Airport security apologizes to B.C. woman, 82

    Elizabeth Strecker forgot that her prosthetic breast was made of gel, a material that's prohibited in certain quantities on aircraft, her daughter-in-law says. The Canadian Air Transport Security Authority is apologizing after an 82-year-old B.C. woman was reduced to tears at Calgary...
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    New concerns arise over body scanners

    Ken Dilanian LA Times June 15, 2010 As the government begins deploying whole-body imaging machines to replace metal detectors at airports nationwide, some security experts worry that the new technology could make it easier, not harder, to sneak weapons and explosives onto airplanes. In the...
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    Homeland Security Facial Scan Recognition -

    Homeland Security and the use of Biometrics From DHS's own website DHS | US-VISIT: Preventing Fraud
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    Car Crashes Through Luke AFB Security Gate

    Fox Phoenix Tuesday, February 23, 2010 LITCHFIELD PARK, Ariz. – Security forces at Luke Air Force Base opened fire overnight after two suspects in a stolen car drove right through the gate. One of those suspects is now dead. Take a look at the photos – you’ll see a car crashed inside the...
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    Satire: A Message From Transport Canada, a Division of the Homeland Homeland Security

    CBC Television January 16, 2010
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    Deadly Protests Break Out in Iran

    Deadly Protests Break Out in Iran Sunday, December 27, 2009 Dec. 27: Iranian protesters beat police officers during an anti-government protest in Tehran. TEHRAN, Iran — Iranian security forces fired on anti-government protesters in the capital Sunday, killing at least four people in the...
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    Philippines massacre: dozens of bodies found in mass grave in Amputuan, Maguindanao p

    This images of dead bodies which you may find shocking Two southern provinces of the Philippines have been under emergency rule as security forces unearthed more bodies, pushing the death toll to 46 in some of the deadliest election violence in the nation's history
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    NSA Security running amok to plug leaks about 9/11

    Has anyone been following Wayne Madsen? Here he is reporting on NSA Q Group. NSA Security running amok to plug leaks about 9/11 4:35min '[Ken Ford] discovered evidence that there were no weapons of mass destruction. He was set up in a sting operation by this Q Group. It's the most egregious...
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    "May I have your papers please?" AA new "secure" flight

    The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) recently introduced a new program called Secure Flight, which is designed to enhance the security of domestic and international commercial air travel. How will this affect you? When you purchase a ticket on AA.com or through an American Airlines...
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    Homeland Security May Use Wii Balance Boards to Test if You?re Nervous

    Gizmodo Monday, October 12, 2009 A $20 million project funded by Homeland Security is researching ways to detect how suspicious you are by tracking your temperature, breathing, and eye movements. And get this: they’ve modified a Wii Balance board to check for nervous...
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    National security alert - sensitive information

    NATIONAL SECURITY ALERT - SENSITIVE INFORMATION
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    Baghdad has new security layer: street gates

    Baghdad has new security layer: street gates May 23rd, 2009 in Breaking News Baghdad has new security layer: street gates. BAGHDAD (AP) - Even as the Iraqis are removing some of the concrete blast walls that divide Baghdad, authorities have quietly installed about 100 metal gates near a major...
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    Protecting the Homeland From Homeland Security

    Interesting who has power in our world Truthdig - Arts and Culture - Protecting the Homeland From Homeland Security
  16. Rumas

    Security Of The Person Small - Robert-Arthur: Menard

    http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=436798682226252164&ei=QCsmSYW3C4TyqAOS8_HDBw&q=+THE+SECURITY+OF+THE+PERSON The New work from Freeman-on-the-Land Arthur:Robert Menard examines the meaning of the term security of the person and how it relates to your relationship with the government...
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