Amid Terrorism Concerns, Big Theme Parks Start Using Metal Detectors

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Disneyland and Universal Studios Hollywood began using metal detectors and other new security measures yesterday to increase guest screening. The added measures, including an increased use of bomb-sniffing dogs at Disneyland, represent an acknowledgment by the $55-billion-a-year theme park industry that past insistence on discrete, behind-the-scenes security doesn’t go far enough to protect guests from
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