Capitol Police Requests Extended Assistance of National Guard Due to Security Threats

Capitol Police Requests Extended Assistance of National Guard Due to Security Threats

The U.S. Capitol Police are requesting for the extension of National Guard troops' assistance to help protect the complex, according to two officials.
GOP Demands Nancy Pelosi To Pay Hefty Fine for Breaking Her Own Metal Detector Rules

GOP Demands Pelosi To Pay Hefty Fine for Breaking Her Own Metal Detector Rules

Republicans wanted House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to pay a hefty fine after allegedly skirting the metal detectors outside the House chambers on Thursday. Pelosi earlier imposed a rule requiring all members of the House to go through the heightened security measure.
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Cities Increase Security, Cancel Festivities, As Potential New Year's Terror Attacks Loom

Cities across the world have ramped up security measures in anticipation for the New Year's Eve celebrations on Thursday.
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Apple Releases MacOSX Automatic Security Update

Apple Releases Automatic Security Update For Mac
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FIFA World Cup 2014: Brazil Spends Almost $1B on High Tech Security, 'RoboCop'-Style Armored Police

If you're in Rio catching the FIFA World Cup 2014, you might see some futuristic looking riot police clad in black armor resembling the titular character from the RoboCop reboot, along with gas masks that look like Darth Vader. That's just a sample of the massive buildup of 21st century military tech meant to secure visitors and "pacify" impoverished Brazilians, fed up with the country's massive spending on international sporting events.
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Samsung Galaxy S5 Fingerprint Sensor Questioned by Sen. Al Franken: 13 Questions for Samsung CEOs

U.S. Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) has garnered a reputation of questioning privacy implications for not only his constituents but for Americans across the country. With the release of the Samsung Galaxy S5, Franken wrote a letter to the company's executives regarding the smartphone's fingerprint scanner.
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USPS Workers Protest Partnership Between U.S. Postal Service and Staples

On Thursday, members of the American Postal Workers Union held demonstrations at several Staples locations in 27 states to protest a partnership between the U.S. Postal Service and Staples Inc.
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BlackBerry Government-Secure Smartphones for $2,770: Why President Obama Still Uses BlackBerry

Security in the digital age has become a hot topic, and one German company is offering to thwart surveillance at the same levels as Germany's chancellor.
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Apple Inc. (AAPL) Patent Sets 'Attack Detection Mode' in Emergency Situations Approved by USPTO

The United States Patent and Trademark Office passed an Apple Inc. invention that would detect an attack on the device's owner.
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Cisco Layoffs: 4,000 Workers Cut Despite Increased Earnings

Increased competition and a slow global economy have reportedly forced Cisco Systems to lay off 4,000 workers.
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