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Trump Doesn’t Understand Cyberwar

July 22, 2016 FROM NEXTGOV arrow In late March, Donald Trump sat down with a few reporters from The New York Times for a rare, in-depth interview about his foreign policy ideas. The conversation careened from Middle East alliances to nuclear weapons to trade pacts, touching briefly on the ever-more pressing topic of cyberwar. Trump said...

Donald Trump Doesn’t Understand Cyberwar

July 22, 2016 In late March, Donald Trump sat down with a few reporters from The New York Times for a rare, in-depth interview about his foreign policy ideas. The conversation careened from Middle East alliances to nuclear weapons to trade pacts, touching briefly on the ever-more pressing topic of cyberwar. Trump said...

Donald Trump Doesn’t Understand Cyberwar

July 22, 2016 In late March, Donald Trump sat down with a few reporters from The New York Times for a rare, in-depth interview about his foreign policy ideas. The conversation careened from Middle East alliances to nuclear weapons to trade pacts, touching briefly on the ever-more pressing topic of cyberwar. Trump said...

America’s Network of Secret Bomb Detectors

July 19, 2016 FROM NEXTGOV arrow Stop on the sidewalk on a downtown street in any large American city, and take a look around. Check out the utility poles nearby, the metal boxes planted at the street corners, the cameras dangling from awnings and eaves. Urban infrastructure is made up of thousands upon thousands of moving...

America’s Network of Secret Bomb Detectors Could Be Growing

July 19, 2016 Stop on the sidewalk on a downtown street in any large American city, and take a look around. Check out the utility poles nearby, the metal boxes planted at the street corners, the cameras dangling from awnings and eaves. Urban infrastructure is made up of thousands upon thousands of moving...

America’s Network of Secret Bomb Detectors

July 19, 2016 Stop on the sidewalk on a downtown street in any large American city, and take a look around. Check out the utility poles nearby, the metal boxes planted at the street corners, the cameras dangling from awnings and eaves. Urban infrastructure is made up of thousands upon thousands of moving...

Social Media Goes Dark During Chaos in Turkey

July 18, 2016 FROM NEXTGOV arrow Just as chaos began to take hold of Turkey in a potential military coup—fighter jets roared overhead and two key bridges in Istanbul were shut down by the military—the government seems to have decided to shut off the internet. According to Turkey Blocks, a project from Encrypt UK that monitors...

What If Cameras Stopped Telling the Truth?

July 13, 2016 FROM NEXTGOV arrow Even in the Photoshop age, photos and videos can win the public’s trust in a way a story or an eyewitness account can’t. More than 500 people have been shot and killed by police so far this year, but it’s those whose final encounters with police were caught on tape—and...

Foreign Hackers Target Thousands of Gmail Users Every Month

July 12, 2016 FROM NEXTGOV arrow For four years, Google has been notifying Gmail customers when they come under attack from hackers who may be working for foreign governments. The company has long remained vague about the the way it detects and identifies these hackers—“we can’t reveal the tip-off,” the company tells users—and about the number...

When Should Hacking Be Legal?

July 5, 2016 FROM NEXTGOV arrow When Aaron Swartz, a prominent programmer and digital activist, was arrested in 2011, he was halfway through a fellowship at Harvard’s Center for Ethics. Police took him in after he entered a computer closet at MIT and downloaded enormous amounts of data from JSTOR’s extensive database of academic research. Swartz...

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