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These bison near Yellowstone National Park's  Gibbon River do not need wireless Internet service.

Congressional Democrats Want Wifi in National Parks

It's a grim vision of the future: America's parks, teeming with visitors distracted by Snapchatting and Instagramming.

A view of the National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center in Arlington, Va.

DHS $6 Billion Firewall May Not Be Effective In Keeping Hackers Out of Government, Audit Says

EINSTEIN does not scan for 94 percent of commonly known vulnerabilities or check Web traffic for malicious content.

Tweeting at a Federal Agency? The New ‘US Digital Registry’ Can Tell You for Sure

The registry aims to be the authoritative source for all official social media accounts used by federal agencies -- and a resource for developers.

What Does the Chemical Safety Board Have in Common with OPM and Target?

The board does not keep track of computer systems it has outsourced to contractors, which could jeopardize information confidentiality.

Report: IT Security Spending Set to Rise

The report argues that IT security is undergoing immense change, in part, thanks to the increasingly interconnected world of people, objects and infrastructure, known as the Internet of Things.

Data Trade Group: Transparency Isn’t Enough

The Data Transparency Coalition is renaming itself the “Data Coalition” to reflect the “broad impact” of open data.

Slack Messages Could Be Subject to FOIA Requests

If you work for a government agency, your taco emoji are federal records.

DHS Wants Better Social Media Screening Technology

In a new request for information, DHS said it is looking for open source “privacy, civil rights and civil liberties-protecting analytic methods."

Nuclear Weapons Technology Is Out of Date

The majority of the systems in the Wyoming U.S. Air Force launch control center date back to the 1960s and 1970s.