Ari Schwartz

Vice President and COO, Center for Democracy and Technology

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Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of the Center for Democracy and Technology, an Internet watchdog

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Highly publicized blunders have raised questions about security at the White House and at airport checkpoints nationwide.

Recent Security Breaches, Embarrassing or Something More?

Highly publicized blunders have raised questions about security at the White House and at airport checkpoints nationwide.

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