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Dustin Volz

Staff Correspondent, Technology

dvolz@nationaljournal.com

Dustin Volz is a staff correspondent for National Journal covering tech policy. His work has previously appeared in The Washington PostThe Center for Public Integrity, and The Arizona Republic. Dustin is a graduate of Arizona State University and a publisher of Downtown Devil, a hyper-local news site serving the downtown Phoenix community. Before arriving at National Journal, Dustin spent nine months teaching English at a high school in Indonesia through a Fulbright scholarship.

Latest From Dustin Volz

Facebook to Feds: Stop Impersonating Our Users

The social network accused the DEA of threatening "the integrity of our community" by pretending to be a New York woman on the site.

Got Hacked? Here's How Obama Wants to Protect Your Data

The president on Friday signed an executive order to "lead by example" in the fight against crippling data heists.

Congress Is Skeptical of FBI’s Plea to Crack Encryption

FBI Director James Comey is making the rounds pleading for new legislation to help law enforcement overcome new encryption technology, but lawmakers have little interest in the idea.

Bullets For Your Briefings

Download the NJ Toolbox as Word Document for use in your own briefings

FBI Director: Actually, We Do Sometimes Spy Without a Warrant

James Comey admitted on Thursday, "There are exceptions" to the agency's warrant-first rule for surveillance.

AT&T Customers Want Their Money Back

Thousands of people have already asked AT&T to refund bogus charges on their phone bills. HBO is launching a stand-alone streaming service that will appeal to cord cutters.

Mark Udall Touts NSA Reform (and Dings Obama) in Bid to Save Senate Seat

One of the Senate's fiercest critics of government surveillance is attempting to leverage his track record on the issue to salvage his reelection.

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Facebook to Feds: Stop Impersonating Our Users

The social network accused the DEA of threatening "the integrity of our community" by pretending to be a New York woman on the site.

Got Hacked? Here's How Obama Wants to Protect Your Data

The president on Friday signed an executive order to "lead by example" in the fight against crippling data heists.

Congress Is Skeptical of FBI’s Plea to Crack Encryption

FBI Director James Comey is making the rounds pleading for new legislation to help law enforcement overcome new encryption technology, but lawmakers have little interest in the idea.

FBI Director: Actually, We Do Sometimes Spy Without a Warrant

James Comey admitted on Thursday, "There are exceptions" to the agency's warrant-first rule for surveillance.

AT&T Customers Want Their Money Back

Thousands of people have already asked AT&T to refund bogus charges on their phone bills. HBO is launching a stand-alone streaming service that will appeal to cord cutters.

Mark Udall Touts NSA Reform (and Dings Obama) in Bid to Save Senate Seat

One of the Senate's fiercest critics of government surveillance is attempting to leverage his track record on the issue to salvage his reelection.

Nobel Research Proves Net Neutrality Is Bad, Or Maybe Good

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