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Trump Tech Leaders to 18F: 'We Have Your Back'

A tweet from the new White House chief digital officer suggests support for the program.

FTC Has Issues with How Advertisers Track You Across Your Devices

Cross-device tracking could cause sensitive ads to show up on your work computer based on your searches at home.

Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif.

Congressional Russia Hacking Reviews to Examine Trump Campaign Ties

House and Senate Russia election hacking reviews also will look at intelligence leaks.

IBM's $62M Army Private Cloud Contract is About Ditching Legacy Systems

As part of the Army Private Cloud Enterprise program, IBM will build an IT infrastructure at the Army’s Redstone Arsenal near Huntsville, Alabama.

Why Relying on Cellphones is a Terrible Idea in a Crisis

First responders don’t have magic cellphones that work during emergencies. Neither do homeland security or other federal agents.

Comparing Trump and Obama's Initial White House Websites

Uploading the website really does not take that long.

The Trump Administration Reportedly Plans to Deny the Existence of Climate-Change Science

The administration is about to remove the main federal climate science page from the internet.

What Does Trump’s Hiring Freeze Mean for Federal Cyber Shortage?

A hiring freeze, even temporary, could widen the gap.

U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill.

Durbin Accuses Republicans of Trying to Keep Election Hacking Investigation Secret

Senate Democrats are pushing for an independent commission to review Putin’s election tampering.

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