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Browsing the "Security" Tag

A Detriment to Liberty

July 29th, 2014 | by Jasmin Thind

“On the face of it, the prohibition against torture should be exactly the sort of thing that gives way in [&hellip


Responding to Terrorism

June 6th, 2013 | by Sam Mohr

Recent discourse alludes that London has faced two terrorist attacks in recent years. On Wednesday, a man was brutally murdered [&hellip


Olympic ‘Shambles’

July 21st, 2012 | by Kirsty McKellar

  With less than a week to the start of the Olympics, the Games have been dogged with controversy and [&hellip


The Lack of Security in Government

October 14th, 2011 | by Tim Sykes

Cabinet Minister Oliver Letwin has tonight admitted that he dumped government papers in a public waste bin in a park [&hellip


Just how much dignity is security worth?

November 21st, 2010 | by Rosa S

There's a protest planned on Wednesday about the use of body scanners at US airports. The scanners are proving controversial because of the graphic nature of the pictures they produce, and the (uncertain) possibility that they might come with an increased health risk. The option for a passenger who doesn't want to go through the scanners is to have a thorough “pat down”- which seems to be like the frisking it's normal to get at airports, but bit more vigorous and invasive. Is this too much dignity to sacrifice for an increase in security



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