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Lawmaker asks Defense not to block YouTube, MySpace

Rep. Edward Markey, D-Mass., says it would be better for the military to ration limited Internet resources.

Lawmaker expresses "ire" and "rage" over loss of employees' information.

TSA breach prompts call for new data protection measure

Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee, D-Texas, says procedures to protect personal information and penalties for violations are critical.

States cite high cost of upgrading driver’s license systems to meet federal rules

Reengineering computer systems to meet Real ID Act requirements could cost more than $1 billion, state officials say.

Bush orders agencies to develop emergency operations plans

Directive says emphasis should be placed on geographic dispersion of leaders and staff to keep services going.

Homeland Security data-sharing systems criticized

Computer-based counter-terrorism system to connect all 50 states is duplicative, lawmaker says.

Labor union files suit over TSA data loss

Union wants agency to develop new security procedures and grant administrative leave to deal with fallout from the breach.

Federal ID card standards draw harsh criticism

Proposed Homeland Security regulations under Real ID Act could pose a threat to security by making counterfeiting easier, state officials say.

Agencies prepare for new telecom services

Citizens who communicate with the government will not see changes, but will benefit from tighter security and various enhancements.

No date yet for full e-records exchange between VA, Defense

Two departments have made some progress with short-term projects to share health information, GAO says.

NASA employees object to data-gathering actions

Agency officials say they are following President Bush’s rules and that requirements are consistent with those across government.