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Major Dating Sites Now Requiring User Background Checks

Tweet   Three major dating sites are now running criminal background checks for all their dating clients. These dating sites, namely eHarmony, Sparks Networks (JDate and ChristianMingle) and Match.com, hope to make online dating safer by implementing these background checks. The online dating sites will also now actively scan potential clients for histories of sexual […]

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Phoenix Airport New Addition to Federal Background Check Program

Tweet   Travelers in different state airports can pass through shorter security lines by joining a federal program that places travelers who pass through an extensive background check under a “trusted traveler” list called Global Entry. Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport has just recently added the program. The Phoenix Airport is one of 24 airports […]

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February 2012 NICS Background Checks Up 31.4 Percent

Tweet   Compared to February 2011, figures for this year has shown an increase of 31% with 1,266,344 FBI background checks in the NSSF-adjusted National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) comparisons. Actual figures from the unajusted February 2012 NICS figures at 1,734,646 shows a 18.6% increase from the unadjusted NICS figures or just 1,463,138 […]

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Persons in Terrorist Watch List Denied Gun Purchases by Passage of Veteran Backed Bill

Tweet   WASHINGTON – U.S. Federal Gun Laws have done a great job at preventing and denying gun purchases to those who are not eligible, under the Brady Bill and other laws, namely those who are: Convicted Felons or those under indictment for a felony Known fugitives from justice in any state Individuals who were […]

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Senate Passes Bills on FBI NICS Exemption and Firearm Storage

Tweet   Virginia – The West Virginia Senate passed a Bill that would exempt current and valid permit to carry holders from going through the FBI National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS). Senate Bill 353 won unanimously by a 34 to 0 vote in favor of the Bill. The Senate Bill, introduced by state […]

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