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October 4, 2017

Vegas attack could lead hotels to boost security

  • Metal detectors and X-ray screening are less likely to gain footing in the U.S. because of cost and privacy concerns.
  • By KELVIN CHAN and DAVID KOENIG
    AP Business Writers

    In many parts of the world, the constant fear of extremist attacks has led to tighter security measures at hotels and resorts, but that is less so in the United States, where hotels are reluctant to intrude on the privacy of guests.

    Security experts say the shooting attack that left at least 59 people dead in Las Vegas could lead to more cameras and more training for hotel staff.


     
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