Homeland Security issues interim rule on industry liability

On Tuesday, the Homeland Security Department announced an interim rule designed to limit the liability risks associated with anti-terrorism technology. “It is in the public’s interest to have this interim rule effective immediately because its aim is to foster the development and deployment of anti-terrorism technologies,” said the rule signed by Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge late on Friday. The rule takes effect Thursday. More at http://www.govexec.com/dailyfed/1003/101403td1.htm

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