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What the Most Secure Email in the Universe Would Look Like

Here’s how you will one day be able to send invisible messages on your future quantum cell-phone. By Patrick Tucker

The National Security Agency's Utah Data Center

House Takes Major Step to End NSA Mass Surveillance

The House Judiciary passed an amended version of the USA Freedom Act on Wednesday.

FAA Says U-2 Spy Plane Definitely Scrambled Air Traffic Control Computers

Air Force had previously denied that their plane was the one to blame.

A non-commissioned officer with the 627th Communications Squadron works on a computer system at Joint Base Lewis-McChord in Washington

We’re Saved! Experts Show How to Fix U.S. Cybersecurity

The four-hour experiment that showed how to fix our nation’s infrastructure from cyberattack. By Patrick Tucker

Federal Employee Just Wants to Be Heard

Frustrated worker asks White House to help the little guy navigate the bureaucracy of federal government.

An audience member tweets a question as President Barack Obama and Twitter co-founder and Executive Chairman Jack Dorsey hold a "Twitter Town Hall" in the East Room of the White House in Washington, July 6, 2011.

White House Looks Toward a Big Data Future

The Obama administration wades into the growing debate on big data. By Patrick Tucker

Two men looking at the Solar Jet reactor at work

Future Planes Could Run on Fuel Made from Sunlight

Researchers concentrate sunlight to make solar kerosene. By Patrick Tucker

Masked pro-Russian activists walk down the streets of Donetsk, Ukraine on April 28.

Why Ukraine Has Already Lost The Cyberwar, Too

Why was there no cyberwar in Ukraine? Because Russia has no need to attack that which it already owns. By Patrick Tucker

A U.S. Air Force Captain with the 55th Fighter Squadron prepares his cockpit in his F-16 prior to takeoff from Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina

The Next Step Toward Autopilot in Combat

The military is looking to roboticize the most exhausting aspects of flying jets. By Patrick Tucker

Edward Snowden Says He Was Challenging Vladimir Putin, Not Helping Him

NSA leaker defended his decision to participate in the conversation in a Guardian op-ed.