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A Customs and Border Protection officer checks a passport inside immigration control at McCarran International Airport in 2011.

What Happens if Border Agents Are Allowed to Demand Access to Your Phone and Online Accounts?

DHS Chief John Kelly’s proposal goes beyond most interpretations of the law.

Homeland Security to Unveil 12 New Tools at Cyber Conference

The tools tackle malware attacks, internet visualization and social media analysis.

Trump's Advisers Want to Return Humans to the Moon in Three Years

The plan could dramatically shift the mission of the space agency, prioritizing low-Earth orbit activity over distant exploration.

House Science Democrats Want to Investigate White House Cyber Vulnerabilities

The lawmakers cite vulnerabilities in Trump’s Twitter and cellphone in a letter to committee leadership.

Watchdog: IT Issues May Have Caused NASA To Cook A Spacecraft

The agency needs to do a better job monitoring its IT and operational technology, an OIG report says.

Congress Wants Quarterly Reports on VA’s Tech Investments

The House committee leaders want more frequent updates on major IT investments, projects and programs.

The Democratic National Committee headquarters is seen, Tuesday, June 14, 2016 in Washington.

There's Cyberwar and Then There's the Big Legal Gray Area

Scholars are split on whether the Democratic National Committee breach violated international law.

GAO: HUD's Legacy Tech Hogs 95% of IT Budget While Agency Struggles to Price Upgrades

“Significant weaknesses” plague the agency's cost-estimating practices for investments aimed to revamp IT infrastructure.

Why Experts Worry Algorithms Can Do More Harm Than Good

A Pew report suggests corporations and governments could misuse algorithms.

Government Contractor Accused of Stealing NSA Cyber Secrets

Harold Thomas Martin III worked for at least seven private contractors since 1993, placing him in several defense and intelligence agencies that require security clearances.

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