NEWS & ANALYSIS

Would You Like Spies with That?

FBI denies the reported "Falafel Investigation," calling it too ridiculous to be true.

College Makes GPS-Cell Phones Mandatory

Students say the phones make them feel safer but complain about the phone's cost.

A New Form of Electromagnetic Radiation Could Bolster Airport and National Security

Scientists at the DOE's Argonne National Laboratory may be able to harness the power of T-rays for more effective checkpoint screening.

New Israeli Device Said to Prevent 9-11 Type Hijackings

Israeli officials say the system is foolproof.

Moving Past the James Bond Image

The United Kingdom's intelligence and security services will recruit more "non-white" agents.

FDNY Partners with DHS to Gather Information While Inside Homes

Critics say the partnership will turn firefighters into intelligence agents.

Japan Fingerprinting Foreigners

Foreigners that refuse to be fingerprinted upon arrival will be deported.

British Government Loses Private Data of 7.5 Million Families

The data, contained on two computer discs, was lost in the mail and has stoked fears of widespread identity theft.

Stopping Home Invasions at the Door

Physical security measures, such as door reinforcements and security glazing, are more effective than electronic security solutions, says police officer and ASIS member.

British Government to Change Counterterrorism Language

Government officials will no longer use the phrase "war on terror" and other terms deemed "offensive."
 




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