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AILSAirborne Information for Lateral Spacing (US NASA)
AILSAmes Imaging Library System (US NASA)
AILSAutomatic Instrument Landing System
AILSAnnual Indonesia Lecture Series
AILSAfrican Imprint Library Services (book dealer)
AILSAdvanced Integrated Landing System
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Assistant Chief Constable GrahameBarker said: ``There is no doubt in my mind that the message about only sending appropriate em ails has gone out to all four corners of the organisation.
``The em ail was discovered by IT personnel and it was mildly indecent.
THE investigation into Merseyside police's em ail system was launched in October just days after new chief constable Bernard Hogan-Howe had taken up his post.
The em ails revealed how immigration officers are unable to properly detain suspects as there is no secure room at the airport.
He called on information commissioner Richard Thomas to carry out a review of the status of em ails under the freedom of information act.
It was headed by housing director Alan Stennard but no other worker was found with any em ails that breached the guidelines.
ONE of Britain's biggest banks has been forced to suspend some of its internet services after tens of thousands of customers were targeted by an em ail scam.
They will be told to stop using work em ail accounts for messages which are not related to Merseyside police.
Sources have told the Daily Post that the offensive em ails first came to light when they were sent to senior officers in Lancashire Police by mistake.
THE hunt was on yesterday to find the ringleader behind em ails which led to 22 police constables being investigated.
THE hunt is on today to find the ringleader behind em ails which led to 22 police constables being investigated.
An internet security firm which screens millions of em ails a day for its 8,500 business customers said it had stopped hundreds of thousands of ``phishing'' messages over the last few months.