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The Trump Administration is Hiding Data About How Its Crackdown on Illegal Immigration is Going

ICE won't say what it does with undocumented immigrants it asks sheriffs and local police to detain.

Amazon Web Services Can Now Host the Defense Department’s Most Sensitive Data

The company received provisional authority to host Impact Level 5 workloads.

Eugene Kaspersky, Russian antivirus programs developer and chief executive of Russia's Kaspersky Lab, stands in front of a window decorated with programming code's symbols at his company's headquarters in Moscow, Russia, Saturday, July 1, 2017.

Trump Administration Orders Russian Anti-virus Off All Government Systems

The move follows months of suggestions Kaspersky is too close to the Kremlin.

how attendees sit in the Chrysler Portal self-driving concept car at CES International Thursday, Jan. 5, 2017, in Las Vegas.

Transportation Department Shares Road Map for Self-Driving Cars

Automated driving systems could cut down on fatalities and unlock economic activity, according to the department's recent guidance.

Federal Government Provides ‘Worst of the Worst’ Customer Experiences

Federal agencies and programs like Healthcare.gov continue to rank toward the bottom of Forrester Research's Customer Experience Index.

Industry’s Case Against Shared Services

Keeping agency systems diverse could protect them from attack, two cybersecurity professionals said.

NSA's headquarters in Fort Meade, Maryland.

NSA Quietly Awarded a Classified $2.4 Billion Tech Contract With More to Come

CSRA wins the NSA’s Groundbreaker recompete to modernize portions of the intelligence community’s IT infrastructure

FTC Cracks Down on Social Media Stars Who Don't Reveal Sponsorships

FTC's truth-in-advertising mission is old but not it's tackling social media.

An autonomous vehicle is driven by an engineer on a street through an industrial park, in Boston.

Senate's Self-Driving Car Bill Encourages Bug Disclosure Program

Unlike House legislation, the bill envisions a cyber vulnerability disclosure program for the self-driving car sector.

Sen. Maggie Hassan, D-N.H., right.

Lawmakers Push Again to Mandate Mobile-Friendly Federal Websites

New federal websites would have to be easy to view on smartphones and other devices, according to a Senate bill.