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Feds use biometrics against Super Bowl fans  01 February 2001  Print E-mail
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Source: TheRegister - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Government Super Bowl 2001 fans were secretly treated to a mass, biometric scan in which video cameras tied to a temporary law-enforcement command centre digitised their faces and compared them against photographic lists of known malefactors. Everyone entering Raymond James Stadium in . . .
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Report Slams Computer D.C. Agency 's Security Practices  31 January 2001  Print E-mail
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Source: Newsbytes - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Government Computer systems at more than 60 agencies in the District of Columbia remain at risk because of shoddy computer security practices at the DC Department of Public Works, the General Accounting Office (GAO) said today. In a comprehensive audit of . . .
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Tech industry calls for privacy self-regulation  31 January 2001  Print E-mail
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Source: USA Today - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Government The Bush administration and Congress should focus on better science and math education to boost high technology and leave privacy concerns to the companies involved, a technology trade group said in a report released Tuesday. The American Electronics Association, the largest . . .
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U.S. Senate Gets Powerful Net Privacy Bill  30 January 2001  Print E-mail
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Source: NewsFactor - Posted by Jen Olson   
Government The U.S. Senate has received another Internet privacy bill, indicating that the issue of online consumer privacy promises to be one of the hottest topics during the current legislative session. Adding to the chorus of policymakers who have made Internet privacy . . .
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House Commerce Chair demands info-security report status  30 January 2001  Print E-mail
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Source: Computer User - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Government The chairman of the House Commerce Committee demanded to know the status of an overdue report on the Clinton administration's efforts to protect the nation's most critical computer systems from cyber-attacks. In a letter addressed to Richard Clarke, the national coordinator . . .
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