Still Plenty of Dots to Connect in Halting Homeland Security Threats
The Boston Marathon bombing and the revelation of far reaching domestic spying programs by the U.S. government – two seemingly unrelated events this year – underscore nagging problems in protecting the homeland.
The Boston tragedy resurrected questions that surfaced after the 9/11 attacks about the ability of law enforcement and intelligence analysts to "connect the dots" that might indicate a potential terrorist threat. The domestic spying disclosures involving the National Secu...
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