Based on the demonstrated persistence of their enemies, I have a lot of respect for what Israeli security achieves.
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His point about baggage claim is interesting. It strikes me that this is the kind of location serious terrorists, that is the ones who worked
in Europe through the last century, might attack: not just dramatic, but shows how ineffectual airport security really is. And what will the TSA do about such an attack? Inconvenience passengers further.
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Policy development is one of my areas of practice, so when a colleague on a mailing list asked about how to phrase policy to deal with the social networks (Facebook, Twitter, Myspace, etc.) and what the “best practices” are, I came out of my shell to reply.
(We’ll skip over the oxymoron “best practices” since “Context is Everything“.)
“Use of corporate resources …”
is a wonderful one to use to prefix just about any policy statement or justification. In one workshop on policy development that I ran someone pointed out that it applied to access to the company parking lot!
The issue here isn’t “social networking”, no matter how much the media and ZDNet would have you believe. It boils down to a few very clear and easy to enumerate issues: Continue reading About Social Networking policy