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The EPA Has Approved The Release of Weaponized Mosquitoes In 20 U.S. States

Biotech firm MosquitoMate says it has the green light to release its bacteria-infected mosquitoes, which prevent the insects from multiplying, into the open.

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Industry Weighs In on Pentagon’s Cloud Adoption Plan

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First, avoid vendor lock-in, the industry group said.

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Senate Bill Seeks $1.8 Billion for DHS’ Cyber Mission

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The funding includes $731 million to maintain and upgrade the cybersecurity of federal computer networks.

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How to Stay Secure While Holiday Shopping

Don't let cyber thieves or unsecured devices ruin your holiday.

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IG Slams Coast Guard’s IT Investment Tracking

The Coast Guard doesn’t know if about 400 of its tech projects have adequate oversight.

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FCC Chairman: Government Will Stop ‘Micromanaging the Internet’

Chairman Ajit Pai unveiled the commission’s plan to roll back net neutrality regulations put in place during the Obama administration.

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The US Just Made it A Lot Easier to File Your Sexual Harassment Complaint

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission perfectly timed the release of its new website.

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Senator Calls On Agencies to Streamline Programs for Entrepreneurs

The Government Accountability Office reported in 2012 that each of the 52 entrepreneur support programs at Commerce, SBA and other agencies overlapped with at least one other program.

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Google Collects Android Users’ Locations Even When Location Services Are Disabled

The practice is troubling for people who’d prefer they weren’t tracked.

How the Trump Administration's Suit to Block a Media Merger Could Hurt the Tech Industry

The lawsuit may pit AT&T and Time Warner against the Justice Department. But it's Silicon Valley that might suffer the most.

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US Students Aren’t Bad at Math—They’re Just Not Motivated

American students are simply not trying hard enough.

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