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Dept of Homeland Security’s Disconnect With Reality

On the 23rd of January two tourists from the United Kingdom arrived at Los Angeles International Airport, on board Air France Flight 74 from Paris, for a vacation in Southern California. Instead of posting their trip to Twitter, comments made on Twitter got them deported. Under the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Publicly Available…

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Dept of Homeland Security Authorized To Monitor Journalists

Journalists have a tough job seeking out and reporting on stories. Gathering information as a journalist requires dedication, resources, a thick skin and the ability to build trust with your sources that they will remain protected. In the United States, a free press has been able to report on tough issues independent of government interference…

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Southers Withdraws From TSA Nomination : The TSA’s Saga For A Leader Continues

20/1/2010 – Southers Withdraws From TSA Nomination : The TSA’s Saga For A Leader Continues The Transportation Security Administration has been without a permanent leader since the start of the President Obama’s term a year ago.  Since the creation of the TSA a mere 8 years ago, the agency has been lead by four Administrators…

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iPhone ‘App’ Of The Week : Homeland Security Advisory System

Web: www.twitter.com/flyingwithfish — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 26/03/2009 – iPhone ‘App’ Of The Week : Homeland Security Advisory System Enter any airport in the United States and somewhere you will see a sign with five colours (red at the top green at the bottom) and the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) logo.    These five colours indicate the Department…

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