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One in a Million

- Schools learn a lesson about security.

Trick and Treat

- Privacy, security, and hypocrisy.

Border Measures at Cross Purposes

- Is the focus on the Mexico border leaving a northern exposure?

Lady Luck Vs. the Terrorists

- When it comes to fighting terrorism, it’s smart to be lucky.

Private No More

- What Socrates can teach us about privacy concerns.

Too Important for Security

- An incident at the U.S. Capitol underscores that no one should be above security.

You Might Be a Terrorist If...

- The pitfalls of profiling terrorists. (Updated)

Porn, Toys, and Homeland Security

- A 53-year-old man was arrested earlier this year in San Juan, Puerto Rico, on charges of possession of child pornography. The arrest was part of a U.S. Homeland Security Department initiative called Operation Predator.

Border Measures at Cross Purposes

- The obsession with the Mexican border is only one of the holes in our border net. Another is that we can’t really ID people at border checkpoints.

Sometimes the Truth Hurts

- Other whistleblowers recounted similar experiences. Removal of the security clearance—vital for anyone working in intelligence—was the weapon most often used against them when they raised concerns about security problems within their organizations

A Lack of Trust

- The plan, or rather the process, which would lead to the development of the plan for improving intelligence sharing, was mandated in the 2004 Intelligence Reform Act, and this official was charged with carrying it out. He explained that under this plan for the plan, his division had 90 days—which will just be ending as you read this—to map out what the existing information-sharing arrangement among government agencies and private industry entities looks like.

There’s Always Room for Improvement

- The redesign continues, with graphics to help you spot and follow market trends.

Germ of an Idea

- Is the national flu strategy the right plan?
 




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