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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

This Is How TSA Decides if You Might Be Acting Like a Terrorist

Next time you travel, be careful not to complain about airport security.

House Advances Cybersecurity Bill Despite Surveillance Fears

The Intelligence Committee unanimously passed its information-sharing bill Thursday.

House Panel Tries to Ease Privacy Fears With New Cybersecurity Legislation

The House Intelligence Committee will introduce an information-sharing bill Tuesday, amid worries it may bolster NSA surveillance.    

Oil Giant BP Drops Membership With ALEC

The oil-and-gas super company is just the latest big firm to leave the conservative group in recent months.

Key Democrat: Congress Won’t Tackle NSA Reform Before Cybersecurity

"High-level" discussions on surveillance overhaul aren't taking place, Rep. Adam Schiff said.

Amazon Gets Approval for Experimental Drone Use

The FAA just granted limited approval for Amazon to test drones for research and development.

Court: NSA Spying May Continue Even If Congress Lets Authority Expire

The Obama administration could continue collecting American phone records absent lawmaker approval.

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