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4/25/2010  Israeli Security Expert to Canada: 'Full Body Scanners Useless'
Sela, who helped design the security system at Ben-Gurion International Airport, has some 30 years' experience in the field. He warned the lawmakers, “You are reacting to incidents instead of being one step ahead of them” when the acquisition of the scanners was announced, days after a Nigerian national tried to blow up a U.S. airliner in December.
(Arutz Sheva)
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4/23/2010  Full-body scanners are waste of money, Israeli expert says
"I don't know why everybody is running to buy these expensive and useless machines. I can overcome the body scanners with enough explosives to bring down a Boeing 747," Rafi Sela told parliamentarians probing the state of aviation safety in Canada.
(The Vancouver Sun)
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4/21/2010  Groups ask DHS to suspend full-body imagers
More than 30 privacy and civil liberties groups are asking the Department of Homeland Security to suspend the use of full body imagers at airports, saying there is evidence that privacy safeguards don't work and the devices are not effective.
(CNN)
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4/19/2010  Invisible Empire Extras: Peter Dale Scott On The Shadow Government
veteran deep politics author Peter Dale Scott discusses how the plan for how the United States would respond to a nuclear attack evolved into a pretext to impose CoG policies in response to any declared emergency, empowering the shadow government to enact its agenda on 9/11
(Prison Planet)
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4/13/2010  Alex Jones Show: First Installment of Naked Body Scanner Contest Entries (lots of We Are Change) (Prison Planet)
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4/10/2010  Group Protests Scanners at KCI
On Saturday, the “Liberty Restoration Project” protested the new security measures. “I would rather see the airport, rather the airlines, chose their own security,” said protester Gabe Gryder. “We prefer the government get out of the way of the airlines.
(NBC)
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3/29/2010  Children must go through airport scanners, says Adonis
Children selected to walk through the full body scanners at airports must do so, the transport secretary has said.
(BBC)
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#307 



3/29/2010  Metro heightens security
After two suicide attacks on Moscow's subway, Metro tightened security on the rails Monday. - The exercises are funded through a $1.2 million U.S. Department of Homeland Security Urban Area Security Initiative grant.
(WTOP)
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3/29/2010  New York: MTA Beefing Up Security Following Moscow Bombing
The NYPD issued a statement saying it was increasing coverage of the subway system as a precaution "in response to the Moscow bombings."
(NBC)
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3/26/2010  Milwaukee Cops Using Biometric Fingerprint Scanners on Drivers (FOX)
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3/21/2010  TSA Discriminates against disabled people then violates rights to privacy (CBS)
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3/18/2010  House moves to limit use of full-body scanners
Under Hart’s plan, security personnel in airports, or other public facilities, would be prohibited from using the scanners as a primary means for ensuring the safety of a respective facility. The bill says that screeners must first use an alternative method of screening, such as a metal detector, as the primary inspection method. Only if a person is deemed a potential threat by security personnel after using a primary screening method may a whole-body scan be required.
(Idaho Reporter)
posted: 4/24/10                   0       16
#312 



3/16/2010  Body scans eventually mandatory, TSA official says
Currently, air travelers have the option to submit to a pat-down and metal-detecting wanding. - “We expect at some point all passengers will receive a body scan,” Petrowsky said.
(Chicago Tribune)
posted: 4/24/10                   0       15
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3/16/2010  U.S. air travelers complain about body scans
The United States began testing the devices in a pilot program after the September 11, 2001, attacks, but the pace of use has increased since a passenger with a bomb hidden in his underwear tried to blow up a U.S. airliner on Christmas Day. ... The complaints ranged from concern about genitals being seen and the use of the devices on children, to anger over passengers not being told they could request a pat-down search instead and potential health worries from the scans.
(Reuters)
posted: 4/24/10                   0       14
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3/15/2010  Full-body Scanner Debuts at O'Hare Airport
still optional, other option is a "more intense pat down"
(Associated Press)
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3/10/2010  Child rape charge rocks TSA
Logan employee pats down air travelers at scan stations - A Transportation Security Agency worker who pats down members of the flying public was charged with multiple child sex crimes targeting an underage girl yesterday.
(Boston Herald)
posted: 4/24/10                   0       13
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3/8/2010  Obama's National Cybersecurity Initiative: Privacy and Civil liberties are Damned -- Puts NSA in the Driver's Seat
On March 2, the Obama administration issued a sanitized version of the Comprehensive National Cybersecurity Initiative (CNCI), releasing portions that discussed intrusion detection systems on federal networks. The announcement was made by former Microsoft executive Howard A. Schmidt, appointed cybersecurity coordinator by President Obama in December. The partial unveiling came during the RSA Security Conference in San Francisco, an annual industry conference for security professionals. CNCI's 2008 launch was shrouded in secrecy by the Bush administration. Authority for the program is derived from a classified order issued by President Bush. However, the contents of National Security Presidential Directive 54, also known as Homeland Security Presidential Directive 23 (NSPD 54/HSPD 23) have never been released for public scrutiny. "Virtually everything about the initiative is highly classified," the Senate Armed Services Committee wrote in a 2008 report, "and most of the information that is not classified is categorized as 'For Official Use Only.'"
(Global Research)
posted: 10/13/10                   0       7
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3/8/2010  Pak lawmakers refuse body scan, cut short visit to US
A delegation of Pakistani lawmakers refused to subject themselves to a controversial full-body scan at a Washington airport, a media report said on Sunday.
(Times of I)
posted: 4/25/10                   0       16
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3/8/2010  Travelers file complaints over TSA body scanners
The letters belie the TSA's claims about the disclosure policies related to the use of the technology and of the general level of concern related to its use, said Ginger McCall, staff counsel at EPIC. "The TSA has been reassuring people that travelers will be made aware of what these machines are and of the alternatives that are available," McCall said. The complaints suggest otherwise and appear to show less support for the technology than the TSA has let on, she said.
(Bloomberg)
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2/25/2010  Spy cameras won't make us safer
The important question isn't whether cameras solve past crime or deter future crime; it's whether they're a good use of resources.
(CNN)
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2/24/2010  Letter to Bennie G. Thompson Chairman Committee on Homeland Security U.S. House of Representatives, from Gale D. Rossides, Acting Administrator of the TSA
Thank you for your letter of January 21, 2010, regarding the privacy concerns that the Committee on Homeland Security has raised about the capability of Advanced Imaging Technology (AIT) to store, print, record, and export images. The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is committed to providing world class security while preserving privacy in our security programs. The AIT program meets this commitment through TSA's screening protocol that ensures complete anonymity for passengers undergoing AIT scans. TSA has not deviated from these operational protocols, which were first published in a Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA) in January 2008 before any devices in the AIT pilot went' into operation. That PIA, and every PIA update since, states, "[w]hile the equipment has the capability of collecting and storing an image, the image storage functions will be disabled by the manufacturer before the devices are placed in an airport and will not have the capability to be activated by operators."
(Transportation Security Administration)
posted: 10/6/10                   0       5
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2/17/2010  Accused Christmas Bomber Listened to Music, Slept
"Well, I mean, it was a threat, of course, it was a threat because initially, he was trying to blow up the plane but he didn't succeed. I mainly treat him this way because of how he reacted towards what he was doing. And what his actions told me on the plane was that he was in over his head, and that he didn't exactly know what he was doing would entail."
(National Public Radio)
posted: 2/23/10                   1       13
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2/17/2010  Homeland Security targets bus traffic in Tampa
airport style security for bus station - "This is ongoing for us," said Tampa Police Department Assistant Chief Marc Hamlin. "We do this every day."
(ABC)
posted: 4/24/10                   0       15
#323 



2/17/2010  TSA to swab airline passengers' hands in search for explosives
The president's fiscal 2011 budget calls for $60 million to purchase approximately 800 portable ETD machines.
(CNN)
posted: 2/18/10                   0       14
#324 



2/15/2010  Airport scanners 'may be unlawful'
"National security policies are intended to protect our lives and our freedoms, but it would be the ultimate defeat if that protection destroyed our other liberties."
(UKPA)
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2/12/2010  Alex Deane: Demolish the myth that safety, in and of itself, is an absolute good
It's peculiar, the hoops we've obediently jumped through since 9/11. Belts off, jackets off, shoes off, no liquids, no gels, hop on one leg, bear the officiousness of the power-happy bureaucrat with good humour. And now, expose yourself at the airport in order to fly, even though there are real questions about whether the scanners work.
(The Independent)
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2/10/2010  Airport denies body scanner photo claim by Bollywood star Shahrukh Khan
BAA has disputed a claim by Bollywood star Shahrukh Khan that his naked image was printed and circulated by body scanner operators at Heathrow Airport. - The 44-year-old pin-up, nicknamed ‘SRK’, said female security staff at the London airport had printed his naked image, as captured by the newly-installed body scanner.
(London Telegraph)
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#327 



2/10/2010  Body Scanner = Naked Movie Star Pictures; That Didn't Take Long
We're not the type to say "I told you so." Alright maybe we are. In this case we just couldn't help ourselves.
(American Civil Liberties Union)
posted: 2/15/10                   0       15
#328 



2/10/2010  Exposed: Bollywood heart-throb makes mockery of Australia-bound nude airport scanners
But Indian actor Shah Rukh Khan has debunked the government's claims, telling BBC talk show host Jonathan Ross that he autographed printed scans of his own body for two female security officers.
(Sydney Morning Herald)
posted: 2/10/10                   0       15
#329 



2/10/2010  New 3D scanner at airports not to show body parts
Canada has also ordered installation of 44 scanners at all its important airports.
(IBN Live)
posted: 2/10/10                   0       16
#330 



2/9/2010  Airport Security Officials Caught in Most Obvious Lie Ever
There is no way that celebrities are not going to have images of their genitals recorded and shared because of this new machinery! Read more: Airport Security Officials Caught in Most Obvious Lie Ever
(New York Magazine)
posted: 2/10/10                   0       13
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2/9/2010  Australia to introduce body scanners after failed US attack
Rudd said the government would spend 28.5 million dollars helping the industry fund a range of new screening technologies, including body scanners, multi-view x-ray machines, and bottle scanners that detect liquid explosives.
(Times of India)
posted: 2/10/10                   0       14
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2/9/2010  When screening makes you scream
When airport security personnel asks flyers to put their hands down their pants, something has to change
(The Globe And Mail)
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2/6/2010  My Left Breast Put Fancy TSA Scanner to the Test
Then she said she needed to check something. And she began sweeping her hands around my left breast and rib cage.
(Politics Daily)
posted: 2/10/10                   0       13
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2/6/2010  Shah Rukh signs off sexy body-scan printouts at Heathrow
'I was in London recently going through the airport and these new machines have come up, the body scans. You've got to see them. It makes you embarrassed - if you're not well endowed.
(IANS)
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2/5/2010  Airport Body Scanning Raises Radiation Exposure, Committee Says
Air passengers should be made aware of the health risks of airport body screenings and governments must explain any decision to expose the public to higher levels of cancer-causing radiation, an inter-agency report said.
(Bloomberg)
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2/4/2010  Does safer flying mean a risk of radiation? Do the new body scanners at airports expose travellers to excessive radiation? (London Guardian)
posted: 2/23/10                   0       8
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2/4/2010  MSP airport security: Whole-body scanners are likely, but not everyone's on board
Congressional hearings continued Wednesday into a dramatic overhaul of the nation's airport security system, which could see the metal detectors at airports across the country replaced by far more costly whole-body imaging scanners designed to see below clothing and which many say would have stopped the attempted Christmas Day underwear bomber before he stepped onto a plane
(Minn Post)
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2/3/2010  More Al Qaeda Attacks This Year? Top intelligence officials predict that a possible Al Qaeda terror attack in the next three to six months on U.S. soil is a serious concern (CBS)
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2/3/2010  Passengers laid bare as full body scanners are introduced at Heathrow and Manchester airports
Campaigners claim the scanners, which act like a mini radar device 'seeing' beneath ordinary clothing, breach privacy rules under the Human Rights Act.
(UK Daily Mail)
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2/3/2010  Rachel Maddow: Facts hinder Republican smear tactic
Obvious facts and rights ignored in Christmas Day Bombing talking points
(MSNBC)
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2/2/2010  Lord Adonis: Airport body scan images destroyed immediately
Transport Secretary Lord Adonis sought today to allay privacy fears over the introduction of full body scans at airports.
(London Evening Standard)
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2/1/2010  'No scan, no flight' at Heathrow and Manchester
Some passengers at Heathrow and Manchester airports will have to go through full body scanners before boarding their flights under new rules.
(BBC)
posted: 2/23/10                   0       7
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2/1/2010  London's Heathrow airport deploys body scanners
Britain introduced body scanners at Heathrow airport Monday, a measure rushed in after a failed attempt by a Muslim extremist with explosives strapped to his leg to bomb a U.S.-bound passenger plane from Amsterdam.
(Reuters)
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2/1/2010  Qaeda's surgical strike: Breast & butt bombs
The British intelligence agency, MI5, believes the development was triggered by the introduction of body scanners at airports -- and first got wind of the threat from increasingly vocal "chatter" on Arab Web sites.
(New York Post)
posted: 2/23/10                   0       5
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1/30/2010  Driver's licenses for the Internet
I just went to a panel discussion about Internet security and let me tell you, it was scar-y. Between individual fraud, organized crime, corporate espionage and government spying, it's an incredibly dangerous world out there, which, according to one panelist, is growing exponentially worse. These are incredibly complex problems that even the smartest of the smart admit they don't have a great handle on, although Craig Mundie, Microsoft's chief research and technology officer, offered up a surprisingly simple solution that might start us down a path to dealing with them: driver's licenses for the Internet. The thing about the Internet is that it was never intended to be a worldwide system of mass communication. A handful of guys, all of whom knew each other, set up the Web. The anonymity that has come to be a core and cherished characteristic of the Internet didn't exist in the beginning: it was obvious who was who.
(Time)
posted: 11/10/10                   0       3
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1/30/2010  Terrorists 'plan attack on Britain with bombs INSIDE their bodies' to foil new airport scanners
Conservative MP Patrick Mercer, chairman of the Commons Counter-Terrorism Sub-Committee, said: ‘Our enemies are constantly evolving their techniques to try to defeat our methods of detection.
(UK Daily Mail)
posted: 2/23/10                   1       8
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1/30/2010  The Sharp Dressed Man Who Aided Mutallab Onto Flight 253 Was U.S. Government Agent
I asked the FBI if they brought the Amsterdam security video to help me identify the SDM, but they acted as though my request was ridiculous.
(Prison Planet)
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1/27/2010  Terror suspect kept visa to avoid tipping off larger investigation
Patrick F. Kennedy, an undersecretary for management at the State Department, said Abdulmutallab's visa wasn't taken away because intelligence officials asked his agency not to deny a visa to the suspected terrorist over concerns that a denial would've foiled a larger investigation into al-Qaida threats against the United States. "Revocation action would've disclosed what they were doing,"
(The Detroit News)
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1/26/2010  Airline passengers have 'no right' to refuse naked body scanners
Ministers ignore human rights advice and rule out option of pat-down search when scanner goes on trial at Heathrow next week - The option of having a full-body pat-down search instead, offered to passengers at US airports, will not be available despite warnings from the government's Equality and Human Rights Commission that the scanners, which reveal naked bodies, breach privacy rules under the Human Rights Act.
(London Guardian)
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