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A military computer scientist writes about the growing threat of 'hactivism'
Countries with lower gun ownership are safer than those with higher gun ownership, reports The American Journal of Medicine
A civil liberties lawyer reviews key laws and procedures for US airports – and what to do if your rights are violated
Despite massive changes in the airline industry, travelers still have certain rights when their flights are rebooked or cancelled
How signals intelligence analysts capture data, what they do with it – and why
Author and former FEMA leader on the role of politics in disaster aid
A military computer scientist explores the growing threat and the forms the attacks could take
The relationship of cyber-war to Chinese military thought and why a multidisciplinary approach is needed
Elsevier author Erroll Southers reflects on his testimony and the challenge that ensued
Lessons from history – and a famous handbook on reactive chemical hazards – make the answer more obvious than it was to many journalists
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