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Items Tagged with 'theft'
Minnesota enacted the nation's first law requiring smartphones and tablets sold in the state to have a remote shut-off feature as a way to deter theft.
The "kill switch," a system for remotely disabling smartphones and wiping their data, will become standard in 2015.
An estimated 95% of American bank ATMs run on Windows XP, and Microsoft is ending tech support for that operating system on April 8.
The U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear a case that could determine whether companies such as Amazon.com Inc. must pay workers for the time they spend waiting to clear security checks at the end of their work shifts.
Five men were arrested in connection with the 1978 Lufthansa heist at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York.
There has been less crime in New York city in the previous 12 years -- unless you're the owner of an iOS Device like the iPhone or iPad.
The number of homicides decreased, while kidnappings increased, in Mexico in 2013.
The Transportation Security Administration will soon inspect aircraft repair stations to lower the risk of theft and other terrorism-related activity.
With break ins of enterprise computer networks grabbing the headlines, there is a chance that chief security officers at some corporations and government agencies could be neglecting the lowly office phone. And that may be a costly mistake.
Store security at Barneys New York is now trained on the NYPD.