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In­tro­duced by Rep. Jason Chaf­fetz, a Utah Re­pub­lic­an, the bill takes dir­ect aim at “cell-site sim­u­lat­ors."

Bill Would Ban Warrantless Cell-Phone Tracking

Rep. Jason Chaffetz wants local police to follow the same rules as federal agents for using fake cell towers for surveillance.

A chart of data breaches is shown on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, June 16, 2015, as witnesses testify before the House Oversight and Government Reform committee's hearing on the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) data breach.

Should ID Theft Protection Be a Standard Federal Employee Benefit?

OPM and the U.S. Postal Service both provided credit monitoring to personnel after breaches at their respective agencies.

HHS Wants Help Updating Disease Tracking System

Public health agencies currently use legacy systems to exchange information about Ebola and measles with the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.

Pentagon’s Joint Information Environment ‘Picking Up Steam’

The Joint Information Environment is becoming more important to the Pentagon and military branches as they deal with constricted budgets and a top-down push to share data.

According to NASA, Antarctica is Gaining Ice

Where is this sea-level rise coming from?

Survey: People Want to Know About Government Data Breaches ‘In Real Time’

Millennials, however, were least concerned with the government's cybersecurity practices, according to the survey.

State Releases Another Trove of Hillary Clinton Emails

The sixth such release, of more than 7,000 pages, includes references to Lady Gaga, Ben Affleck, monkey butts, and emojis.

How the Federal Government Is Attempting to Protect the Internet of Things

Federal attempts to protect the network of devices and sensors -- for consumers and agencies -- are gradually building.