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Security on our Cell Phones

In Features on October 1, 2013 at 1:57 pm

Scott Dwyer ’14

A quick comparison of security preferences  on mobile devices-

  1. Apple Fingerprint Scanner

The newest wave of cell phone security has hit the markets with Apple’s release of the new iPhones and iOS7.

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Airports Going Too Far?

In News on January 5, 2011 at 2:16 pm

Sean Quill ’13

Throughout the years, airport security has been increasing due to electronic advances around the world. The newest and latest method is uses a machine that takes a full body image. Since terrorists can hide bombs in undergarments that will not be detected by the old walk-through scanners, the TSA (Transportation Security Administration) is enforcing this machine to be in every airport in the country. Currently, there is at least one in every major airport.http://whyy.org/cms/radiotimes/files/2010/01/airport-full-body-scanner-pic-ap-getty-344675505  .jpg Read the rest of this entry »