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Bringing a Gun Through Airport Security in Atlanta Now Subject to Hefty Fine, Jail Time

The U.S. Department of Justice said 63 firearms have already been recovered at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. This new rule is meant to combat this recurring problem.


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The U.S. Department of Justice said 63 firearms have already been recovered at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. This new rule is meant to combat this recurring problem. Stephen Sellner · May 25, 2016

Cruise ships are essentially cities on a large boat. That could entice terrorist groups to attack them, prompting law enforcement agencies to collaborate on security measures. Stephen Sellner · May 25, 2016

What's each network's biggest vulnerability? And what steps can be taken to cut off this critical back door from hackers? By Christopher Camejo · May 24, 2016

Nortek announces its acquisition of Nuiku, a language processing platform that analyzes and executes voice commands. The technology will be added to Nortek's home automation portfolio. SSI Staff · May 24, 2016

The TSA has replaced its head of security, Kelly Hoggan, as the long lines at airport security in the nation's busiest airports continue to get longer. Stephen Sellner · May 24, 2016

A research scientist at the University of Florida is studying whether or not science can be used to prevent shoplifting at retail stores. Stephen Sellner · May 20, 2016

American Airlines shelled out $4 million on contractors to assist TSA staffers with making airport security lines run faster. Stephen Sellner · May 19, 2016

Google introduces Google Home, its voice-activated device that connects to some smart home devices. Stephen Sellner · May 18, 2016

As travelers continue to groan about long lines at airport security, could some airports use a private security company instead of the Transportation Security Administration? Stephen Sellner · May 18, 2016

Drone applications continue to grow as a group of Florida State University students are testing drones to be used in emergency response efforts during hurricane season. Stephen Sellner · May 18, 2016




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