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|3/1/2015 - The Obama Administration is continuing to offer taxpayer-funded goodies to men, women and children who violate U.S. law by entering the country illegally, with little worry about legislative or judicial repercussions.
As reported by The Weekly Standard, in recent weeks President Obama has framed...|
|12/4/2014 - A number of political and social issues were important to voters who cast ballots in the Nov. 4 midterm elections -- jobs, the economy, national security, healthcare...
But one of the issues that received a great deal of attention as well was immigration and, specifically, illegal immigration. According...|
|11/26/2014 - No question, we live in a "wired" world, but increasingly, we also live in a world where, no matter where we go, we are tracked -- either through our vehicle, our cell phone or by some form of direct surveillance. In addition, our personal privacy is at risk of becoming a quaint anachronism, thanks...|
|11/4/2014 - In a stark reminder that the threat of bio-terrorism remains very real, Spanish intelligence officials say they have uncovered a plot by militants belonging to the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria to sort of "weaponize" the Ebola virus in an unorthodox, but scary, way.
According to Britain's Daily...|
|9/19/2014 - The worsening Ebola outbreak in West Africa has become so much of a U.S. national security issue that President Obama has ordered as many as 3,000 U.S. troops and personnel there to help deal with the crisis. But for some reason, the president doesn't seem concerned enough about the spread of a virus...|
|9/18/2014 - The federal government is asking Americans to spy on each other again, not coincidentally over the 13th anniversary of 9/11 because, you know, that'll prevent new terrorist attacks or, at a minimum, result in a reduction in the sale of food preparation appliances, which might be just as good.
|9/9/2014 - Attempts to improve food security -- i.e. knowing that one or one's family can eat next week -- with government aid programs like food stamps -- a.k.a. SNAP (Supplement Nutritional Assistance Program) -- and NGO food banks have limited success.
SNAP recipients tend to not resist their processed and...|
|8/24/2014 - In the latest breach of privacy and Internet security, a cyber attack originating in China hacked into the computers of Community Health Systems Inc., one of the largest U.S. hospital groups, resulting in the theft of Social Security numbers and other personal information of 4.5 million patients.
|8/7/2014 - A security consultant is sounding an alarm bell over new data he says indicates that commercial airliners can be hacked via their onboard Wi-Fi systems.
Much of the equipment that planes and ships use to access satellite communications networks is wide open like the sea and sky itself, says Reuben...|
|8/5/2014 - How efficient is the federal government at preventing terrorist attacks, especially at US chemical facilities? According to Senator Tom Coburn from Oklahoma, the current federal terrorist prevention regulations are "a broken program that is not making us measurably safer against the threat of a terrorist...|
|7/22/2014 - The government of India appears to be slowly falling into the clutches of multinational chemical companies craftily pushing their own patented genetically modified (GM) crops as the solution to hunger and poverty, with a new bill set to deliver subsidized food made from these poisons to more than 800...|
|7/12/2014 - The latest insult to Americans will infuriate millions: while the TSA strictly enforces ID and security requirements on American citizens, illegal aliens are now being allowed to board and fly on commercial aircraft without having to show any ID at all, announced the National Border Patrol Council (NBPC)....|
|5/24/2014 - Officials with the Environmental Protection Agency assured Congress during recent testimony on Capitol Hill that the agency planned to resolve an extraordinary dispute with its inspector general regarding allegations that an office of the agency run by President Obama's top political staff worked to...|
|2/3/2014 - A noted hacker who is one of the good guys and who owns a firm dedicated to finding security flaws in government and corporate websites says it recently took him all of four minutes to hack into Healthcare.gov, the federal government's online Obamacare exchange.
And what's more, the same expert had...|
|1/31/2014 - The news just keeps getting worse for Obamacare, as evidenced by new revelations that the glitch-prone and incomplete federal online exchange, Healthcare.gov, isn't even secure enough to use.
That's the diagnosis of one of the country's top "white hat" hackers - hack specialists who work for the...|
|1/28/2014 - The federal government had years to design it, build it and test it. They had the full backing of the U.S. Treasury, compliments of the (dwindling) American taxpayer. And still, Washington bureaucrats couldn't make it work.
A government that mobilized 16 million during World War II, built hundreds...|
|1/20/2014 - In the technology age, it seems that nary a week or two passes without another sad story relating that Americans' personal information and privacy has been compromised.
Now, according to Washington, D.C.-area radio station WTOP, "The most-used mobile payment app in the United States stored its users...|
|1/18/2014 - It's not just glitch-prone and vague about important components of health insurance coverage, like how much it will cost. But the federal online Obamacare exchange, Healthcare.gov, is also a wet dream for hackers, despite the millions spent to "fix" it.
That's the diagnosis of a number of Web security...|
|1/8/2014 - It's already tough to get a decent job in the Obama economy, but increasingly, technology is making it even tougher.
That's because more and more functions of society are becoming automated - that is, machines are taking over duties that humans once performed.
This has been the case in manufacturing...|
|12/3/2013 - If the government is going to use tax money to provide food and sustenance to Americans in need, shouldn't there be some food standards? Wouldn't it be a better, more efficient use of taxpayer money if the government's food stamp and welfare programs contained nutritional guidelines that actually supported...|
|11/26/2013 - Despite the fact that the government spent hundreds of millions of dollars on the federal Obamacare online exchange, Healthcare.gov is not only glitch- and crash-prone, it's ripe for identity theft by hackers.
A panel of IT experts testified recently before a House committee to inform Americans that...|
|11/8/2013 - We here at Natural News have well documented the unconstitutional acts, criminal activity and escapades of the hapless Transportation Security Administration - the agency that has elevated feeling people up to an Olympian level.
We have also always thought that someday, some nanny statist in D.C....|
|10/15/2013 - The crash of the EBT food stamp system on Saturday got a lot of people thinking about food security. How will you supplement your food supply when the unexpected occurs? A power grid failure, government financial default, social chaos or even a natural disaster could cause you to be cut off from grocery...|
|10/10/2013 - We have already established that Healthcare.gov is not a functioning database application that allows people to shop for competing health plans. It is actually a government-run Trojan Horse that suckers people into creating accounts where they hand over:
• Name and address
• Email address...|
|10/10/2013 - If you have ever wondered what all the fuss over the future of Social Security has been about and thought that, no matter what, it will always be funded, because the system allegedly takes in more than it pays out, then a frank admission by the Social Security Administration in the wake of the federal...|
|10/3/2013 - The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has turned to high schools in what looks to be an increasingly desperate bid to recruit hackers, as a way to stay a step ahead of competitor nations like China and Russia that routinely target U.S. national security cyber-infrastructure.
In fact, DHS is turning...|
|9/18/2013 - Serial violations of Americans' Fourth Amendment protections under the Bill of Rights are occurring so frequently these days, you'd think it was part of the hiring process for the federal government: If you can't invade everyone's privacy with impunity, you can't work for Uncle Sam. This is especially...|
|8/18/2013 - One of the more onerous things about Obamacare is its invasiveness. In fact, it's the biggest usurper of Fourth Amendment privacy protections that Congress has ever passed (save the provisions of the Patriot Act which allows the National Security Agency to snoop on every piece of electronic data you...|
|8/5/2013 - As I've said often enough, technology has become a double-edged sword, improving our daily lives and making us healthier and safer while at the same time being utilized by our unscrupulous government to shred our privacy and destroy the Fourth Amendment.
Problem is, those kinds of privacy breaches...|
|6/7/2013 - A new report says drones used by the U.S. Border Patrol and other border-related agencies are a waste of money because they serve no useful purpose - other than to boost the bottom line of defense contractors.
The report, by the Center for International Policy, finds that not only are drones less...|
|5/27/2013 - Climate change coupled with a dwindling supply of natural resources is likely to trigger major conflicts in the near future, U.S. intelligence agencies are warning.
"Demand for food, water, and energy will grow by approximately 35, 40 and 50 per cent respectively, owing to an increase in the global...|
|3/10/2013 - Last week, an undercover TSA inspector managed to quite easily sneak a mock explosive device through airport security and onto an airplane. He simply stuffed the fake bomb down his pants and went right through the screenings, including a pat-down. Out of several covert TSA agents attempting to sneak...|
|2/20/2013 - A new report from the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office paints a bleak economic picture for the country in the near-term: Spending on Social Security and government-provided healthcare will consume a staggering $3.2 trillion a year by 2023, or just slightly less than all federal outlays in fiscal...|
|2/15/2013 - Air travelers in the United States know that producing a photo ID when passing through a Transportation Security Administration checkpoint is pretty standard fare. What most did not know; however, is that there is no requirement to do so in the TSA operating regulations.
Security is the agency's...|
|2/14/2013 - Should you ever find yourself in the midst of a mass-shooting situation, just grab a pair of scissors and attack the shooter with them in order to protect yourself. This is the ridiculous advice of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), which recently released a hokey public service video entitled...|
|2/11/2013 - Run. Hide. Fight. That is the basis of a new course of instruction from the Department of Homeland Security in the event you are unfortunate enough to be in a business, workplace or other location where there is an "active shooter" - a crazed gunman who is trying to kill anyone he can.
Two of the...|
|2/7/2013 - The Obama White House and several members of Congress don't want you to have military look-alike rifles they say are unnecessary for self-defense, but apparently this administration has no problem arming itself with the same weapons...for personal defense.
As such, the Department of Homeland Security...|
|2/4/2013 - The article which originally appeared here has been removed because it is no longer aligned with the science-based investigative mission of Natural News. In late 2013 / early 2014, Mike Adams (the Health Ranger), editor of Natural News, transitioned from outspoken activist to environmental scientist....|
|2/4/2013 - You understand, of course, that they are better than you, more valuable to society than you, smarter than you, and that more than anything else, they are above the law and the rules which they apply to you and me, right?
You know that their hypocrisy knows no bounds, because to them, they are not...|
|1/15/2013 - As President Obama and his allies in Congress seek to limit your ability to provide armed protection for you and your family, the master political magician has just signed off on legislation forcing taxpayers to provide him with armed protection for life.
"Former presidents have to give up rides...|
|12/26/2012 - If the elites in our country are anything they are consistent. Consistently hypocritical.
In a passionate speech just days after the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings, National Rifle Association Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre made what many saw as a bold, outside-the-box suggestion...|
|11/27/2012 - A fundamental principle of American immigration policy has long maintained that individuals and families trying to immigrate into the U.S. must first prove they are financially stable enough to do so, in order to prevent them from becoming a burden on the social welfare system. But today, the U.S. Department...|
|11/22/2012 - The Constitution's once-solid privacy protections are about to take another hit under a new Department of Homeland Security initiative to spy on Americans via social media networks - all in the name of keeping us safe, of course.
Under the ruse of collecting and analyzing "health-related data," DHS...|
|11/7/2012 - While all eyes were on Hurricane Sandy in the days leading up to the storm's breach on the mainland of the Northeast, the White House was busy devising new ways to enslave Americans under the guise of protecting national security. On October 26, 2012, Barack Obama quietly signed an Executive Order (EO)...|
|11/4/2012 - 16-year-old Jakub Markiewicz of Vancouver, B.C., in Canada is an aspiring journalist with a knack for old-fashioned film photography and live, on-scene reporting. But his recent capture of an arrest that took place at the local Metrotown shopping mall in Burnaby, a town just east of Vancouver, led to...|
|11/3/2012 - A major security loophole at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport in Georgia is putting air travelers at serious risk of having their luggage stolen by calculating thieves. According to a thorough investigation conducted by 11alive.com in Atlanta, the airport's Delta South terminal is severely...|
|10/12/2012 - It's no wonder the cynicism factor in America is rising as fast as our debt, when there are people who are willing to shed every ounce of humility they have and lie about having a disability - just so they can get to the front of the line at the airport.
Anyone who travels by air knows that sometimes...|
|9/25/2012 - According to U.S. News & World Report, there will be as many as 30,000 drones patrolling American skies in a few years. The Feds claim these unmanned planes will perform border security, disaster relief and, of course, search for supposed terrorists. But they will also be looking down on people and...|
|9/10/2012 - It is likely no coincidence that on the verge of President Obama's plan to sign an unconstitutional Executive Order (EO) implementing police state cyber security measures, the internet gets hit with one of the worst DDoS attacks ever perpetrated. Today, GoDaddy got "nuked" with a highly-coordinated...|
|9/6/2012 - Just when you thought the Transportation Security Administration's actions could not get any more outrageous or egregious, a new policy and procedure comes down the pike to prove you wrong.
This time, the TSA seems to have truly outdone itself.
According to this video, TSA agents are now checking...|
|8/29/2012 - A cyber-security specialist has discovered a flaw in the software that allows hackers to spy on and attack the communication of critical infrastructure operators of power plants, water systems, dams and more, and gain access to the credentials of computer systems which control those critical systems...|
|8/18/2012 - The alternative media scored a huge victory last week with the joint coverage of the U.S. government's purchase of over one billion rounds of anti-personnel "hollow point" ammunition. The ammunition is to be use domestically, not by the military.
The story broke on sites like www.DrudgeReport.com...|
|8/16/2012 - Iris scanning is supposed to assess a biometric analysis of who you are, like finger prints, only faster and easier to automate.
The iris scanning machines won't get you to the boarding gate straight away, but they will get you first in line for TSA's gropers and X-rays. Users who fly a lot claim...|
|7/15/2012 - The recent roll out of smart meters has brought about mixed reactions from consumers. On one hand, there are activist groups broadcasting the health and privacy concerns that smart meters may potentially have. On the other, the utility companies are championing the advantages of smart meters in the...|
|6/26/2012 - If a picture is worth a thousand words, a video has to be worth millions. And until millions of words expressing doubt, distrust, angst and displeasure at the ongoing multi-billion dollar scandal that is the Transportation Security Administration, don't expect the air travel experience in America to...|
|6/26/2012 - The Red Cross and other disaster relief agencies advise having supplies and disaster plans in place for survival during hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes and other unexpected emergencies. Creating a home security safe room can save your life, sustaining you for days afterwards. It can be overwhelming...|
|6/18/2012 - Has the war against malicious spyware, Trojan horses, and other types of nasty computer viruses been lost? One antivirus expert seems to think so, having recently published an opinion piece at Wired.com that basically admits the antivirus industry he represents has failed to catch some of the worst...|
|6/3/2012 - The comedy of errors that is the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) would truly be funny; if only the agency's abysmal performances on nearly every level did not carry such serious implications for the genuine safety and security of air travel.
When its agents aren't pulling toddlers off...|
|5/27/2012 - A former Florida resident who now lives in Peru recently filed a lawsuit against a doctor whose negligence, he says, resulted in his penis being completely eaten by flesh-eating bacteria. In a bizarre case of bacterial terrorism, 65-year-old Enrique Milla says Dr. Laurentiu Boeru, the anesthesiologist...|
|4/30/2012 - If you're not familiar with "Washingtonspeak" - that odd, unique variance of the English language in which words don't really mean what they are supposed to mean - you might not know that the lawmakers who wrote the new Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) aren't really too concerned...|
|4/25/2012 - When former president George W. Bush signed into law the Aviation and Transportation Security Act (ATSA) following the 9/11 terrorist attacks, which established the existence of the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), America was told flying would become a safer and more secure experience...|
|4/24/2012 - The follies and antics of the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) are shaping up to be a continual comedy of errors as the agency now finds it necessary to tout its non-accomplishments while the government that formed it has resorted to apologizing for its misdeeds.
Regarding the former,...|
|4/22/2012 - As we recently reported, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), an agency that says its main purpose now is to thwart "homegrown terrorism," has awarded a contract to ammunition manufacturer ATK for acquiring 450 million rounds of .40 caliber hollow point ammo. You can view the announcement of the...|
|3/16/2012 - The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is set to begin construction on a new high-risk bio-weapons research facility on the campus of Kansas State University in Manhattan, though critics say the decision is fraught with risk because of the potential for damage from nearby earthquake fault lines.
|3/11/2012 - The total government control and surveillance nightmare portrayed in the book 1984 has all but fully arrived in the United States as the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is now implementing its abhorrent spying and recruitment programs at American institutions of higher learning. Kurt Nimmo...|
|2/20/2012 - The mainstream media appears to be priming the public consciousness once again for the inevitable release of a highly-deadly pathogen in the very near future. A recent Reuters report explains that many of the world's biosafety level-3 (BSL-3) and biosafety level-4 (BSL-4) laboratories, which house some...|
|2/18/2012 - How out-of-hand has the "war on terror" become? So much so that now, the Department of Homeland Security has taken to monitoring social media Web sites trolling for would-be terrorists, as if the world's most dangerous killers were Tweeting their plans.
Only, DHS isn't just trolling for terrorists...|
|1/11/2012 - They say the road to hell (and financial ruin) is paved with good intentions. And so it is with a massively expensive project for Cook County, Chicago that cost taxpayers more than $45 million and has been an abject failure.
The goal was to make citizens safer, but in the end, a federal probe found...|
|12/24/2011 - Just when I thought I had the holidays off, the TSA does something stupid (again) that demands, at the very least, a satirical response. This time it wasn't the TSA checking the diapers of infants for "poop bombs" (http://www.naturalnews.com/032805_TSA_children.html), nor molesting your 90-year-old...|
|11/3/2011 - As part of a federally funded project, public street lights will soon have the ability to record conversations, broadcast government warnings, advertise just about anything, and possibly even x-ray bodies for concealed weapons, just like the highly controversial TSA scanners. The street light surveillance...|
|10/24/2011 - When the US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) announced last year that it would soon begin setting up security checkpoints in places other than just airports, it definitely was not joking. News Channel 5 in Nashville, Tenn., has announced that Tennessee is the official inaugural state for...|
|9/12/2011 - Just weeks before the speculated launch of Apple Inc.'s long-awaited iPhone 5, the technology giant has once again lost a critical prototype of the unreleased smartphone, according to SF Weekly. After supposedly tracing the device back to the home of a San Francisco man, undercover Apple security agents...|
|9/10/2011 - As the ten-year anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks quickly approaches, a recent USA Today piece reflects on the drastic, and likely permanent, changes that have taken place in US airport security. What was once a relatively simple and painless walk through the metal detector has...|
|8/23/2011 - Do you remember the recent debate in Congress and the White House to raise the government's ability to borrow even more money? The "debate" that was long on raising the debt ceiling but short on actually cutting government spending?
It wasn't enough that our leaders failure to effect long term, meaningful...|
|8/20/2011 - Aaron B. Tobey, a 21-year-old University of Cincinnati (UC) student from Charlottesville, Va., is one heroic young man that is unwilling to roll over and have his personal and constitutional rights violated by the illegal US Transportation Security Administration (TSA). Recent reports indicate that...|
|7/24/2011 - What's better than receiving a free groping by the TSA? How about getting your breasts checked for cancer at the same time? That's the new offering from the TSA, which says that squeezing and twisting your breasts during security pat-downs is now a "medical procedure" and that it's all being done "to...|
|7/15/2011 - If you think the establishment of the US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) after 9/11 has really helped to make the skies safer, think again. A new report issued by the House Oversight and Government Reform Subcommittee on National Security, Homeland Defense and Foreign Operations, says that...|
|7/7/2011 - With the excessive security arsenal of X-ray machines, naked body scanners, and "enhanced" full-body pat-downs, one would think the US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) would at least be able to make sure that travelers have valid tickets and proper identification before boarding airplanes.
|6/17/2011 - The US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) continues its reign of terror against innocent Americans, this time aggressively targeting a special needs traveler out of Houston, Tex., who was on his way to Disney World with his family. According to My Fox Houston, TSA agents patted down, questioned,...|
|6/8/2011 - Employees of American taxpayers (government officials) have once again been exposed for abusing their perceived authority by harassing and terrorizing innocent people in the name of security. At a recent stop in Los Angeles, Calif., a cruise ship carrying roughly 2,000 elderly British travelers was...|
|5/24/2011 - It seems like it was just last week that I warned NaturalNews readers about how the TSA was expanding to become the new Nazi Secret Police of America. Actually, it was just last week (http://www.naturalnews.com/032458_TSA_bomb_drill.html). And now, over the weekend, the TSA confirmed exactly what I...|
|5/14/2011 - The promise of a review of airport security hadn't been lost on the International Air Transport Association (IATA) before bin Laden's death. At a media day in December 2010 the Director of Security & Travel Facilitation said "the next generation of security checkpoints should create a total security...|
|5/7/2011 - Now that Osama Bin Laden is allegedly dead (for something like the ninth time), prepare to eventually be groped, molested, and herded through naked body scanners and other X-ray scanning machines everywhere you go. According to a recent CBS New York report, "counter terrorism" experts and other "security"...|
|5/3/2011 - Bin Laden is dead, we've been told. What a relief! According to the official White House explanation of events, it was Bin Laden who masterminded the 9/11 airplane hijackings and commanded his minions to fly them into the World Trade Center buildings. Therefore, we were told, we needed to bring in a...|
|2/16/2011 - The Obama administration recently announced its $3.73 trillion dollar budget plan for the 2012 fiscal year beginning on October 1. The new budget includes a more than $44 billion allocation for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to purchase 275 more naked body scanners to be installed at...|
|1/11/2011 - The Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC), a public interest research center focused on civil liberties, recently held a conference to discuss U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) airport security protocols. Jim Babb, founder of WeWontFly.com, spoke at the event, where he suggested...|
|1/1/2011 - Mounting reports of abuse by the U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) against air travelers has prompted many airports to reconsider whether or not to even use TSA for security screening purposes. According to a recent report in the Washington Post, several airports, including San Francisco...|
|12/29/2010 - Officials from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) seem to now be going on the offensive against those who oppose its new invasive and unconstitutional airport security protocols being carried out by agents of the U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA). According to George Donnelly,...|
|12/27/2010 - A Sacramento-based airline pilot is the subject of a federal investigation for exposing what he says are serious flaws in the U.S. Transportation Security Administration's (TSA) airport security protocols. According to ABC News10 in Sacramento, the 50-year-old pilot who requested to remain anonymous...|
|12/21/2010 - Even the current head of the U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) now admits that airport security as we know it is largely a failure. In light of the fact that reactionary security changes have done nothing to thwart supposed terrorist plots and everything to target innocent Americans,...|
|12/2/2010 - Terrorizing innocent travelers at airports is simply not enough for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS). The agency recently tested a new program known as VIPER (Visual Intermodal Protection and Response) which involved placing Transportation Security Administration (TSA) officials at Greyhound...|
|11/21/2010 - With the grassroots backlash over the TSA's obscene pat-downs growing by the day, it's becoming fairly obvious that the only way the U.S. government is going to get the public to accept these Fourth Amendment violations is if there is another "terrorist incident" that's stopped by the TSA and its naked...|
|10/19/2010 - I encountered my first airport naked body scanner while flying out of California today, and of course I decided to "opt out" of the scan. You do this by telling the blue-shirted TSA agents that you simply wish to opt out of the body scanner. Here's what happened after that:
A TSA agent told me to...|
|7/7/2010 - Normally I would open this article by explaining this is the story the mainstream media won't dare report. Except in this case, they are reporting it. It's right on CNN, on the Anderson Cooper "360" report.
What happened is that Lance Rosenfield, a photographer working for ProPublica (http://www.propublica.org),...|
|4/14/2010 - Now that health reform relying on monopolized pharmaceutical medicine has become the law of the land across America, the mainstream media is reporting on a sudden shortage of doctors. The nearly one million doctors who already treat a sick, diseased population is no longer enough, it seems, and medical...|
|2/12/2010 - The attempted flight 253 terrorist attack on Christmas Day gave way to the immediate unveiling of full-body human x-ray machines that some alleged experts believe should be installed at every airport in order to ensure national security. These large, expensive machines emit a hefty dose of ionic radiation...|
|12/29/2009 - As all of North America now seems to be focused on the issue of one terrorist wearing a pair of exploding underwear, I might as well comment on this latest bit of security theater that seems to have transfixed the nation. Pictures of the exploding underwear "bomb" have now surfaced on the 'net. You...|
|10/16/2007 - An investigative report by ABC 15 in Phoenix, Arizona has revealed that for 4.5 hours every day, anyone with an employee badge was being allowed into supposedly secure areas of Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport without a search. In response, Phoenix Mayor Phil Gordon and the Transportation Security...|
|10/2/2007 - Arguing with airport security officials is now apparently risky to your life. Carol Anne Gotbaum, a 45-year-old mother who was arrested at the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport after becoming irate over a missed flight, was later found dead in a law enforcement holding cell. The official story...|
|12/6/2006 - For the past four years, federal agents have been assigning computer-generated scores to millions of international travelers -- including Americans -- in an attempt to rate the risk each poses of being a terrorist or a criminal.
All of these travelers are not allowed to see or directly challenge...|
|11/3/2006 - Christopher Soghoian recently created a fake boarding pass generating website that allowed anyone with Internet access to create fake boarding passes for Northwest Airlines. The passes could be generated using any name, any airport and for any date or flight.
Soghoian was then visited by the FBI,...|
|8/31/2006 - Former Lockheed Martin project manager and engineer Michael DeKort has stirred up a hornets' nest with his 10-minute video on YouTube.com. During the video, he charges his former company of shoddy workmanship on security upgrades for Coast Guard vessels.
"What I am going to tell you is going to seem...|
|8/4/2006 - The United States and other countries are going to begin distributing electronic passports this year, but a computer security consultant says he can clone the passports easily.
"The whole passport design is totally brain damaged," said Lukas Grunwald. "From my point of view all of these RFID passports...|
|6/26/2006 - A new security program should prevent personal data leaks when consumers are conducting online transactions, protecting valuable financial information.
Some features of Symantec's Norton Confidential include the ability to detect and remove malware, which Symantic refers to as "crimeware," such...|
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|10/3/2003 8:18:15 PM - This is fascinating security news, sounding almost like science fiction at first. Then again, it also makes a whole lot of sense: identifying users by the way they type. Consider: each person's typing style is unique in overall speed, speed between letter pairs, use of the backspace key, and so on....|
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