Saturday, November 27, 2010

No Security from Unreasonable Searches

Michael S. Hamilton, a professor of political science at the University of Southern Maine, expresses his opinion of the drastic measures the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is taking with its very revealing full-body-image scanners (or I can see you naked!) and its disturbing pat-down searches (should you decide not to go through the scanner).  Read "Security not a byproduct of unreasonable searches", Press Herald, November 27, 2010.

2 comments:

collins said...

Security breach is now a common issue.Security is paramount in all areas of life.Statistics today, shows that a burglary now occurs every 14 seconds. Statistics indicate that more than 65 percent of all annual burglary cases take place at private residences. Most of these burglaries actually occur while the owners are at home, exposing them and their families to a serious threat. So why wait until after your home has been robbed to get a security system installed?

collins anderson said...

Security breach is now a common issue.Security is paramount in all areas of life.Statistics today, shows that a burglary now occurs every 14 seconds. Statistics indicate that more than 65 percent of all annual burglary cases take place at private residences. Most of these burglaries actually occur while the owners are at home, exposing them and their families to a serious threat. So why wait until after your home has been robbed to get a security system installed?