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Who Hacked My Toaster?

By wirelessly connecting nearly every device we use, from refrigerators to cars, the Internet of Things is creating a brand-new digital universe that's full of both promise and peril. And once again, Washington is playing catch-up.

Robots vs. the Underclass

Pundits say automation is decimating the middle class. The truth is even crueler.

 

Government Data Wants To Be Free

"I have a theory that 20 percent of federal data holds 80 percent of the public value."

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Creating more geeks at the Federal Trade Commission.

The Increasing Politicization of the FCC

In the wake of the historic net-neutrality decision, an independent agency is more polarized than ever.

The Republican Party Is Divided On Net Neutrality

Some conservatives want to pursue a legislative compromise. Others are urging more extreme means—and holding the FCC's funding hostage is not out of the question.

Feds Dismiss Google's Fears Over FBI’s Hacking Power

Google's claim that the expansion of search warrant authority is a "monumental" constitutional threat is grounded in inaccuracies, the Justice Department said.

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