How Trump’s Immigrant Dragnet Might Catch Your Personal Data, Too

A DHS rule change aimed at undocumented immigrants could invade the personal privacy of fare more people than the ones they’re targeting.

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Industry Still Waiting on Trump's Cyber Policy with Anxiety, Cautious Optimism


With few tea leaves to read on the new administration’s cyber policy, industry officials are both hopeful and deeply concerned.

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