The proposal aims to give consumers more control over their own information, but privacy advocates say it doesn't go far enough.
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Mass surveillance will continue for now, but is set to expire on June 1—unless Congress acts.
Our cyber defenders are always on guard. Take that, China.
GAO's third examination of the Defense Department's major IT programs found some projects spent an average of five years, two months and $452 million before establishing cost and schedules.
During evening hearing on the discovery, House members tangle over alleged ‘criminal’ acts and IG bias.
Google’s claim that the expansion of search warrant authority is a “monumental” constitutional threat is grounded in inaccuracies, the Justice Department said.
CIA Chief Information Officer Doug Wolfe confirmed Wednesday the intelligence agency will start using Cloudera’s Enterprise Data Hub platform by April.
Acting Defense Department Terry Halvorsen urged lawmakers to prioritize efforts to update military IT, such the Joint Information Environment, a concept for a militarywide data sharing system.
At a recent data conference, technologists from the departments of Transportation and Health and Human Services explained why real-time data analysis doesn't make sense for every agency.
The Office of Management and Budget is still writing guidelines to more fully flesh out federal IT reform legislation.