How Trump’s Immigrant Dragnet Might Catch Your Personal Data, Too

A DHS rule change aimed at undocumented immigrants could invade the personal privacy of fare more people than the ones they’re targeting.

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Here Come the Drones—And Their Security Holes


With great convenience will come great security responsibilities, experts say.

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Pentagon Launches Open-Source Experiment

Nextgov would let the public contribute to unclassified code written by federal employees.

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CFPB Wants To Know How 'Alternative Data' Changes Credit Scores

New methods of determining credit scores, which might involve an applicant's web history, could harm consumers.


Video: How a Cardboard Drone Could Save Lives

Disposable, yet potentially invaluable.


Why Trump Needs to Rethink His Clean Energy Policies

The Department of Energy's budget might be targeted for near-total elimination.

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A Doozy of a Lawsuit Over Self-Driving Cars

Waymo is suing Uber, and says a former employee stole nearly 10 gigabytes of secret files.


A Bot That Identifies 'Toxic' Comments Online

A Google-funded algorithm flags messages that are likely to drive others away from a conversation.

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Amazon Argues That Alexa Is Protected By the First Amendment in a Murder Trial

Police in Arkansas are seeking 48 hours worth of recordings and responses made by an Amazon Echo.

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Industry Still Waiting on Trump's Cyber Policy with Anxiety, Cautious Optimism

With few tea leaves to read on the new administration’s cyber policy, industry officials are both hopeful and deeply concerned.


Podcast: How the Government is Putting Artificial Intelligence to Work

While the private sector puts AI to use in eye-catching projects, the government is taking a different path.


Automation Is Coming For You Too

65 percent of survey respondents agreed that their job was safe from automation.


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