NEW YORK - IT companies in and around the
World Trade Center began regrouping
Wednesday, continuing efforts to locate staff
and deploying backup systems to keep their
businesses running as smoothly as possible.
Update: It appears that CNN still hasn't posted any further information to the TV reports that they quoted earlier.
L33tdawg: I'm sure the conspiracy theorists out there are speculating that this could be yet another terrorist attack. Personally, I think they might not be far wrong. Then again, it could just be a mere coincidence...
As Americans began to question the safety of air travel in the aftermath of Tuesday's terrorist attacks, several
aviation safety and security experts on Wednesday echoed a grim reality: No new technology or security measures can
make flying infallible.
The hunt for suspects in Tuesday's terrorist attacks has moved online.
On Wednesday, both America Online and EarthLink acknowledged that they are working with the
FBI to turn over specific information that may be relevant to the case.
"We are cooperating with them in this ongoing investigation," said Nicholas Graham, spokesman
for Dulles, Va.-based AOL, a division of AOL Time Warner. Although Graham wouldn't provide
details, he denied reports that the company had agreed to install a Carnivore surveillance system.
WASHINGTON -- The FBI Counterterrorism division here has issued an
advisory to all public- and private-sector members of the InfraGard program to beef up physical and
cybersecurity efforts in the aftermath of yesterday's deadly terrorist attacks against the World Trade
Center in New York and the Pentagon.