Homeland Security trumps responsibility

Ever heard of the “Support Anti-Terrorism by Fostering Effective Technologies Act of 2002?”  Known as the “SAFETY Act” (Can’t they even keep their acronyms clean?)  it limits liability for “almost every conceivable technology” related to homeland security.  According to Washington Lawyer Brian E. Finch, even transit [August ’07 Metro Magazine, page 24]  and amusement park security guards can be protected from liability under this act.

Feel safer now?

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