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There are 7 item(s) tagged with the keyword "security".

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1. Cracking Down on Air Travel

Russia's aviation authority has placed its airport security on maximum antiterrorist alert.

Tags: transport, air travel, security
2. Down and Dirty Journalism (Or, Poo-tin)

A Russian independent journalist has published an exposé on Putin's "biomaterials."

Tags: security, travel, health, putin
3. Sniper Cover to Honor the Fallen

Putin pays his respects at a memorial cemetery - by locking out the survivors and setting up snipers.

Tags: security, st. petersburg, Memorial, siege of leningrad, putin
4. Cops and Robots

Russia's “Promobot” is more efficient than the teacher with eyes in the back of her head.

Tags: exports, artificial intelligence, science, security, robotics, robots, robot
5. Hacking into the Mainframe

Don your fingerless gloves, put on your dark sunglasses, and grab your trusty black Anonymous hoodie: a new study reveals Russians are just as sloppy with their internet security as the rest of us.

Tags: security, technology, Internet
6. Sniffer Dogs, Train Cats, and Surprise Tigers

This week, Siberian tigers earn someone fame; sniffer dogs combat coronavirus; and cats become savvy – some might say spoiled – train passengers.

Tags: security, coronavirus, health, train, air travel, Internet, animals, Siberia
7. Can a Martian invasion fix Russia-Europe relations?

It's a busy week for technology, what with a Mars lander, more secure Internet, electric cars (in unlikely places), and enough counterfeit money to fill an ATM.

Tags: Russia, technology, Mars, security, refugees
By Alice E.M. Underwood

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