In his latest link-filled Crypto-Gram

In his latest link-filled <a href="">Crypto-Gram Newsletter Bruce Schneier takes a look at airline security, biometrics, intelligence, cryptography and steganography in light of the Current Situation. According to his analysis, the airline industry is, perhaps not surprisingly, taking measures aimed almost exclusively at establishing a sense of security among travelers rather than relying on experienced experts to increase actual security. Biometrics are simply not a viable solution to the problem of identifying one suspected terrorist in on the order of ten million travelers, and steganography, practiced properly, cannot be defeated. So what’s the good news? A remarkably sane and insightful voice is suggesting rational defense measures that stand a chance of working while preserving the freedoms that define America. It may not be much, but I’ll take what I can get these days.

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