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Airport Scanner Manufacturer Under Scrutiny; Study Suggests Scanners Confuse Bombs With Sweat
Brian Ross analyzes study suggesting scanners cannot differentiate bombs, sweat.
Airline Body Scanners Faulty?
Tests reveal full-body scanners can confuse perspiration with bomb materials.
U.S. Airport Full Body Scanners Too Unreliable to Use, Germany Says
Interior Minister Says ProVision Scanners Have High False Alarm Rates, 'Not Yet Suitable' for Practical Use
Citigroup latest to report data breach
Citigroup's acknowledgment Thursday of a major data breach of customer account information is the latest in a string of reported cyberattacks on companies, schools and government agencies that could match or exceed last year's record 597 disclosures. This was the 251st public notification of a data
Gmail hit by cyberattacks from China
Google on Wednesday disclosed that a cyberattack originating in China resulted in the breach of the Gmail accounts of hundreds of high-profile individuals in several nations. The disclosure came a day after military officials in the U.S. and United Kingdom for the first time began publicly
The Money Trail: Defense Firms 'Honor' Jim Moran
When Virginia Congressman James P. Moran Jr. recently received "Man of the Year" honors from a charity that trains dogs to clear land mines, some of his most loyal political patrons joined in the tribute. Defense industry giant BAE Systems donated $50,000 to help underwrite the Marshall Legacy
Airport Scanners: Privacy Groups Say Slow Down
Civil Liberties Advocates Concerned That Scanners Are Invasive And May Be Ineffective
Air Security: Could Technology Have Stopped Christmas Attack?
If 23-year-old Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab had succeeded in his attempted Christmas day airline attack , 289 people would have died. But some security analysts say a powerful but controversial piece of technology might have prevented the alleged terrorist from ever boarding that Northwest Airlines
TSA Rolls Out New Screening Technology
Millimeter Wave Technology Joins Controversial Backscatter Screening at U.S. Airports