Many in the high-tech security fields of research realize that by using technology we can defeat International Terrorism. Others do not want to see such technology deployed as it instantly brings about thoughts of the movie 1984. Indeed privacy activists and good Americans are concerned and do not want the United States of America to become a police state. No one does, as we have come too far and sacrificed way too much to turn the clock back now on our hard fought freedoms.Never-the-less we all know that we cannot risk bio-agents in the halls of Congress, dirty bombs going off in our city or god forbid a nuclear bomb going off in a cargo container either. There is a fine line between high-tech sensors and personal freedoms. If we could put radioactive sensors at all weigh stations and truck stops and in every port and border entry point we could potentially catch a nuclear device on the way in. The Coast Guard could have them with them on all the foreign ships they board already.Dirty bombs and radioactive material can easily be discovered and this too prevents their potential liability to the stability and welfare of the American People…. Read full this story
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