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Reverberations from the attempted airline bombing on Christmas Day will continue for some time. As full-body scanners are cropping up at airports, concerns about privacy are being voiced. In his weekly interview with Federal News Radio, Homeland Security Today Editor David Silverberg discusses why privacy may be the price we need to pay for safety.
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Rep. Bennie Thompson and other federal officials intent on preventing a repeat of the attempted Christmas Day bombing of a Detroit-bound plane must be careful not to tighten security so much that people become reluctant to fly, homeland security experts say.Keep Reading
Almost three quarters of the American public are in favor of full body x-ray scanners at airports, according to the findings of a new CBS News poll conducted in the wake of the failed Christmas Day bombing attempt on a flight from Amsterdam to Detroit.Keep Reading
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Despite ongoing privacy concerns, authorities will start using full-body scanners at Heathrow Airport, one of the world's busiest, in about three weeks, the British government announced Tuesday.Keep Reading
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The attempted bombing of Northwest Flight 253 by an Al Qaeda operative continues to be near the top of the priority list for the White House and the Department of Homeland Security. President Obama on Sunday said that Al Qaeda was behind the plot to blow up a Detroit-bound airliner on Christmas Day. In his weekly interview with Federal News Radio, Homeland Security Today Editor David Silverberg discusses why the attack has become a political issue as well as the need for whole body imaging security screening.
Changes in screening at TSA following underwear bomber increase focus on people, much like changes after shoe bomber
The United States and British Embassies in the capital of Yemen remained closed for a second day Monday because of continuing threats from Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, the terrorist group linked to the attempt to bring down an international flight into Detroit on Christmas.Keep Reading
The Feds issued the toughest airport security rules ever for U.S.-bound passengers Sunday, ordering patdowns, body scans and other new screenings for most fliers.