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Holistic Lost and Found Network (Cross-Industry, Worldwide)

It is estimated that over 9 BILLION items are lost worldwide every year. The risk of losing your item is especially high while traveling for multiple reasons like being distracted, rushing, massive crowds, etc. Traveling today can be stressful – even more so if you lose an important item along the way. "Where did I lose it? Who could have found it? Where did the finder hand it over?" So the odyssey of finding the right ...more »

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2018 Quadrennial Homeland Security Review

REAL ID LAW started in 2005: Extra Security Measures should be Added to this law!!

Hi, I want to submit this idea because, I believe that screening of only state IDs and Passports in airports shouldn't be the only security measure put in place to catch potential overseas and non-overseas criminals. If anyone doesn't understand what law I am talking about then please read this article on posted on Yahoo http://www.countryliving.com/life/a46438/real-id-domestic-flying/ I see several problems with ...more »

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AIRPORT FOREIGNER CELL PHONE TRACKING CAPABILITY

PURPOSE: DISCUSS A METHOD FOR TRACKING FOREIGN VISITORS USING THEIR CELL PHONES, AND INFORM U.S. SECURITY PERSONNEL OF WHO ELSE IS DOING IT, SO THAT THEY MIGHT MITIGATE THESE FORMS OF TRACKING. - CHINA EXAMPLE TECHNOLOGY OF INTEREST: When any foreigner arrives in a Chinese Airport, China uses technologies to collect the foreigners cell phone number (AND MATCH THE FOREIGNERS NAME WITH THE PHONE NUMBER), then track the ...more »

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