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DHS IG Investigates If CBP Abused Authority to Unmask Anti-Trump Twitter User


Twitter sued DHS after it demanded the identity of a user critical of the Trump administration.

White House Cyber Czar to Play Role in Kushner Innovation Office


White House Cybersecurity Coordinator Rob Joyce will help ensure any government modernization programs build cybersecurity in, he said.


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Revelations of Uber’s Business Tactics Are a Good Reminder to Check Your Gmail Permissions

When an online service is free, you are probably the product that’s being sold.


A Cyber Threat Sharing Group for Mariachi Bands? Maybe One Day.

Cyber threat information sharing can benefit everyone, the director of a standards organization says.


Tomorrow’s Office Furniture Will Be Rapidly 3-D-Printed in Pools of Goo

Steelcase, one of the largest office furniture firms in the world, has partnered with MIT to create this new form of 3D printing.


Record-Breaking NASA Astronaut Chats With President About Unusual Drinking Habits

Astronaut Peggy Whitson has spent 534 days in orbit and counting

Nextgov Visitors crowd the computers at the international Electronic Fair in Berlin in August 1995.

A Search for the Zombie Websites of 1995

The must-visit destinations from early cyberspace are mostly gone now.


There’s No Such Thing As a Flying Car

Some companies believe they’re about to change that.


Justice, 18F Partner for Government-wide FOIA Portal

The goal is a centralized system for processing Freedom of Information Act requests.


Senators Urge Trump to Fill Top White House Science and Tech Spots

The president has only officially announced one appointment to the office that offers STEM and cyber policy advice.


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