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Drone Firm Faces $1.9 FAA Million Fine for Unsanctioned Flights

The agency has proposed its largest ever fine of a company for unauthorized drone flights.

NSA leaker Edward Snowden appears on a live video feed broadcast from Moscow at an event in Hawaii in February.

Snowden Says He'd Go to Prison to Come Back to the United States

Speaking to the BBC, the NSA whistleblower said his lawyers were still awaiting a plea deal from the government.

EU Court Ruling: NSA Spying Violates Privacy Rights of Millions

By throwing out a key international agreement, the ruling delivers a blow to global tech companies.

EPA Wants to Tap the Crowd for Research Help

This builds on OSTP's “Federal Crowdsourcing and Citizen Science Toolkit," released last week.

What Comes After Cybersecurity Awareness?

In recognizing National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, Nextgov will be shining the light on what’s being done in government to raise the cybersecurity awareness and the multitude of challenges federal agencies face.

$460 Million CYBERCOM Contract Coming this Month; ‘Cyber Joint Munitions’ Help Wanted

The first job under the forthcoming contract to outsource all mission support involves a lot of digital munitions-making.

House Committee Mandates New DHS Cyber Strategy

The legislation comes two weeks after a watchdog report on the lack of coordination in the Department of Homeland Security’s cybersecurity efforts.

Rep. Anna Eshoo, D-Calif.

California Lawmaker Wants New ‘Cyber Hygiene’ Standards from NIST, FTC

The act would require the National Institute of Standards and Technology, the Federal Trade Commission and the Department of Homeland Security to develop a list of voluntary best practices to shore up cybersecurity in government and outside.

DHS Gets Its Own Digital Services Team

A founding member of the U.S. Digital Service is leaving to stand up DHS' team, modeled after the White House version.