28 Americans Killed by Unplugged Pushbutton Cars

Since 2006, 28 US residents have died for failing to shut off the engine in push-button cars. Another 45 people were seriously injured because of the cars that they accidentally left in their garages with the engine running, writes The New York ...

How to prepare for a plane crash? Passenger Instructions

Frequent flyers find safety briefing before a flight a boring, mandatory procedure, and they already know them by heart. But the disaster that occurred on April 17, when a passenger of the American Southwest Airlines died due to an accident on board, proved ...

BFF: what it is and whether it checks Facebook security

In mid-March, it became known that there was a large leak of personal data of users on Facebook. A few days later, a strange rumor appeared on the Russian segment of Facebook about a new security check allegedly introduced by Mark Zuckerberg himself, writes Meduza. Users claimed that you can verify your account by writing in a post or comment ...

In Los Angeles, the Metro is testing a device to detect explosives

In Los Angeles, metro employees tested a new security system at Seventh Street / Metro Center as part of measures to improve security on transit lines, writes the Los Angeles Daily News. The ThruVis device, manufactured by the British company Thruvision, was tested and resembles a set of boxes. This device checks ...

A Connecticut resident advises giving children door blocks to protect them from shooters at school.

Connecticut's Katie Cornelis said on her Facebook that she gave door blockers to her two nieces after 2012 people were killed in 27 in a Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting. The woman thinks it will help ...

San Francisco office building owners hired robots to fight the homeless

San Francisco office building owners have begun using Knightscope's K9 security robots to fight homeless people. Writes about this TechCrunch. The K9 robot patrols the territory allocated to it and, when it detects strangers, gives a signal to the security or police. The publication notes that the work of a robot costs much less than the work of a living person. ...

US authorities will present a system for the detection of explosive devices

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has partnered with the Los Angeles Capital Transportation Authority (LAMTA) to unveil a new device that will help authorities detect improvised explosive devices. The system will sound an alarm if the person carrying the improvised explosive device approaches the mechanism. This is a screening technology that ...

10 the most dangerous and safe cities in the USA

People face dangers every day - serious and not so. Some dangers are more fearful than others in the United States. According to the Gallup website, 4 out of 10 Americans fear massacre, and 30% of adults are worried about terrorism. Many also ...

4 US cities hit the safest places on the planet

The safest city in the United States is San Francisco. It was ranked 15th in the ranking of the safest cities in the world in 2017. The Economist magazine's The Safe Cities Index 2017 includes 60 cities around the world. The rating also includes Los Angeles ...

Trump says Irma has historical destructive power

The strongest hurricane Irma, which is approaching the coast of Florida, has "historic destructive power." This was stated on Friday by US President Donald Trump during his weekly address to the Americans. “This hurricane is undoubtedly of historical destructive power. I ask everyone who happens to be on ...

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