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Orlando nightclubs deploy radar technology to detect weapons

Some nightclubs in Orlando are looking to deploy radar-based weapons detection technology in the aftermath of last year’s deadly mass shooting at gay nightclub Pulse. Weapons detection specialist Patriot One Technologies announced on Tuesday that it is partnering with VGroup Concepts to launch a ‘Safe Districts’ initiative. VGroup Concepts is a management company of several

Google Developing Tools to Suppress Online Speech, Protect Elites’ Feelings

Jack Hadfield, Jigsaw, a small subsidiary of Google, is working on multiple technological projects that would work to censor speech on the Internet and increase monitoring of its users, according to an article published on Wired. Under a veil of protecting people from abuse by authoritarian regimes and “online trolls,” Jigsaw founder and president Jared Cohen is releasing a

Cancer expert: What’s missing from Obama’s National Cancer Moonshot

Brian J. Bolwell M.D., The National Cancer Moonshot – President Obama’s bold program to eliminate cancer as we know it – borrows part of its name from President Kennedy’s similarly audacious pledge to win the space race of the 1960’s. Only this time, the stakes are even higher. Announced in January, and jump-started with $1

Syria chemical weapons sites being dispersed to avoid detection, report says

‘Wall Street Journal’: US officials say scattering of weapons throughout country could complicate air strikes.   A Syrian man with burn injuries after an alleged Napalm attack on a school in Urum al Kubra. Photo: Video screenshot An elite Syrian unit that runs the government’s chemical arms program has been scattering the weapons to dozens