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The American Institute of Architects and the United States National Society of Professional Engineers have warned construction firms from freely releasing building plans in the light of the attacks to the World Trade Center on 11 September. They have urged companies to be cautious if requests for structures appear 'unusual due to the structures identified in the requests, or the type of information solicited.'

Further information on how to deal with such requests is available from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) on www.fbi.gov

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