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3D Printed Rapid Disaster Response - Posted April 28, 2014
(SPIE.org) The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is increasingly using robots in response to domestic emergencies. 3D printing enables quick, efficient and cost-effective production of critical items such as robots for immediate use in emergency situations. Robotic Research, sponsored by DHS Science and Technology, is developing an affordable and adaptable... [Inside 3D Printing News]

Facebook Supports American-European Child Internet Safety Agreement - Posted November 20, 2012
Facebook has lent its support to a child Internet safety pact signed Tuesday by the U.S. Department of Ho... [Lost Remote]

Warning: Tweeting These Words Might Land You In Trouble With The Government - Posted December 29, 2011
This one will have the conspiracy fiends saying "I told you so": new reports have come out that point to the US government, and the Department of Homeland Security more specifically, spying on Twitter users who use "sensitive" words. The DHS has apparently created a watch list o... [AllTwitter]

US Department Of Homeland Security Wants To Start Using Twitter For Threat Intelligence - Posted November 1, 2011
Forget celebrity gossip and tracking weather patterns - the US Department of Homeland Security sees Twitter as a potential goldmine of intelligence pertaining to possible domestic threats. The question is, how do you find the gold nuggets buried in the rubble? Anyone following t... [AllTwitter]

US May Start Sending Terror Alerts Through Twitter - Posted April 7, 2011
You could soon be seeing terror alerts in your Twitter feed, if the US government has anything to do with it. According to new documents obtained by the Associated Press, the US Department of Homeland Security may start pos... [AllTwitter]

U.S. Government Quitting Print Media - Posted April 23, 2009
In a cost saving measure, the Department of Homeland Security told its employees to give up subscriptions to papers such as ... [Fishbowl NY]

U.S. Government Quitting Print Media - Posted April 23, 2009
In a cost saving measure, the Department of Homeland Security told its employees to give up subscriptions to papers such as ... [FishbowlNY]

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