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Anonymous ready to roll in post-LulzSec world
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Anonymous is picking up where the apparently disbanded LulzSec left off. The hacking organization released information to the Web recently that came from the Cyberterrorism Defense Initiative's Security and Network Training Initiative and National Education Laboratory (Sentinel) program. The Sentinel program is administered by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the Federal Emergency Management Agency to "educate technical personnel in cyberterrorism response and prevention." More

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Los Alamos officials seek to calm wildfire fears
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Officials at a nuclear weapons laboratory in New Mexico tried to assuage worries that a nearby wildfire could cause radioactive material held on site to be released into the air, the Los Angeles Times reported recently. More

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TSA defends removing adult's diaper for pat down
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The Transportation Security Administration defended the actions of its airport security officers at a northwest Florida airport after the agency came under criticism for requiring a 95-year-old woman to remove her adult diaper during a pat down. More

San Francisco mayoral hopefuls reject private guards at hospitals
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For three years, the Mayor's Office and the Department of Public Health have tried to save money by transferring security at two public hospitals to a private security firm. And for three years there has been a fight about it. But this year, there's a mayor's race and endorsements to be earned, and that makes the fight more intense. More

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Tech security spending to rise in wake of attacks
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Big companies and government agencies likely will have to rethink their approach to tech security in the wake of the disbanding of hacktivist group LulzSec, security analysts say. Spending on information technology security already is growing faster than spending on general technology. More

Rhode Island governor shielding murderer from federal justice system
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The governor of Rhode Island, Lincoln Chafee, is shielding a murderer from execution by refusing to turn him over to federal authorities to face charges that could result in the death penalty, according to a public-interest group that investigates government corruption and abuse. More

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Sarasota, Fla., wants more security at city commission meetings    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
Sarasota resident Jim Lampl was just trying to prove a point. At last week's commission meeting Lampl threw a plastic bag filled with cigarette butts across the commission table, toward the commissioners. He was showing that the smoking ban would not only help limit second hand smoke, but also help littering problems at Five Points Park. More

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