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resemble two sides of a technological fence. On one side of the fence, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) wants to welcome legal visitors and make it easy for them to come and go as they please. On the other side of the fence, however, DHS wants to deny access to illegal immigrants. On the welcoming side of the fence, the $10 billion U.S. Visitor and Immigrant Status Indicator Technology (US-VISIT) program will clear foreign visitors entering and exiting the United States with digital finger-scans, digital photographs, database scans of terrorist and criminal watch lists and some kind of advanced access control technology ...
China, the world’s biggest polluter, may spend about 5 trillion yuan ($738 billion) in the next decade developing cleaner sources of energy to reduce emissions from burning oil and coal, a government official said. The government will submit plans to develop cleaner energy, including nuclear power and gas from unconventional sources, in 2011 to 2020 to the State Council, or Cabinet, for approval, Jiang Bing, head of the National Energy Administration’s planning and development department, said in Beijing today. China needs between 500 billion and 600 billion yuan annually to ... Read More
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