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The CBP Border Wait Times app provides wait times/lane status for US entry ports
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This application shows the wait times to cross into the U.S. from Mexico or Canada through the pedestrian border or by car.If you are going into...
BorderTimes is a Free iPhone application developed by GeoGrant.com. BorderTimes gives you the ability to access US/Canadian land border (Customs &...
MOBILE PASSPORT EXPEDITES THE ENTRY PROCESS INTO THE U.S. AT THE ARRIVAL AIRPORT
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All aircraft flying across any U.S. border are required to file an eAPIS manifest (Electronic Advance Passenger Information System). eApis requires...
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University of Texas professor and grad students manipulate unmanned crafts' flight paths. One exercise is done with DHS. Thousands of civilian drones are destined for U.S. skies.
A Canadian man forgets his passport. However, he remembers that he scanned it. So he uses his iPad to show the scan to a border control officer. After some delay, he says he is admitted to the U.S.
Jacob Appelbaum, who volunteers with Wikileaks, is questioned for three hours and has mobile phones confiscated on his way back to the United States for a hacker show.
Operating from a building in Corpus Christi, Texas, US Customs and Border Protection flies surveillance planes 24-7. CNET Road Trip 2014 got a ride to see how they catch the bad guys.
Thousands cross daily between Mexico and the U.S. at the San Ysidro port of entry. Most are law-abiding, but many are smugglers. CNET Road Trip 2012 checked out the tech used to stop them.
Every day, hundreds of people cross the border illegally into the Arizona desert. In Tucson, the Border Patrol uses a wide mesh of technology to try to stop them. CNET Road Trip checks it out.
Concerns about privacy, facial recognition, cell phone tracking, and infrared surveillance have dealt a setback to law enforcement's growing enthusiasm for aerial drones.
Homeland Security's specifications say drones must be able to detect whether a civilian is armed. Also specified: "signals interception" and "direction finding" for electronic surveillance.
A privacy review, intended to "clarify any misunderstandings that exist" about the controversial unmanned aircraft, comes as concern grows about limited restraints on police use of drones.
Homeland Security is deploying X-ray scanners to inspect interior of vehicles crossing the border, according to documents obtained by a privacy group, raising new concerns about cancer and privacy risks.