Virtual Border Fencing A Go Despite Problems

Virtual fencing, to be deployed by the Department of Homeland Security, may not work as contractor promised.

Red Cross Tests Web 2.0 System

The Red Cross tested updates using the web site during the California wildfires.

Britain Looks to Increase Precharge Detention to 42 Days

Prime Minister Gordon Brown and his Home Secretary are seeking a maximum of 42 days to hold terrorism suspects without charge in exceptional circumstances.

Massive Waste at DHS, Says Report

A new report from a private watchdog group "details billions of dollars in waste and mismanagement of taxpayer dollars" at DHS.

Spamming for Ron Paul

A Ukrainian botnet targeted over 162 million E-mail addresses with spam promoting Ron Paul.

Gunman Murders 8, Kills Self at Omaha Mall

A suicide note from the gunman said he wanted "to go out in style."

Saudi Forum Asks U.N. to Outlaw Extremism Online

Forum statement wants U.N. to press member states to criminalize the use of information technology to spread extremism.

School Crime Did Not Rise in 2005

A student is 50 times more likely to be murdered away from school, says the Department of Justice.

Terrorism and Cyberattacks Threaten British Firms

A new report warns British businesses to prepare for homegrown terrorism threats and Chinese cyberattacks.

Businesses in Scotland Benefit from Counter Terrorism Training

Project Griffin to be rolled out across Scotland.

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