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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.

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FCC 'Close' to Hybrid Net Neutrality Rules

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Hackers With Russian Ties Believed to Attack White House Computer Networks

Federal authorities are investigating an intrusion into the White House's computer networks, and Russia may be to blame. The FCC is officially moving forward with a plan that could help online T...

British Spies Allowed to Access U.S. Data Without a Warrant

Documents from the British government reveal a lack of oversight for how it reviews communications data collected by the NSA and foreign governments.

Unmanned NASA Rocket Explodes in Virginia

The Antares Rocket, an unmanned NASA rocket launched from Wallops Island, Va., exploded early Tuesday night just after lifting off.

Here's How OK Go Could Have Filmed Its New Drone-Powered Music Video in the U.S.

The FAA said the band's newest hit would not meet its requirements for commercial drone use in America. So what would have to change?

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The FCC is reportedly working on a plan to partially use Title II for new net neutrality rules. The proposal, which would still allow paid prioritization of Internet traffic in some cases, might l...

Verizon Backs Net Neutrality Power It Sued to Kill

Hackers With Russian Ties Believed to Attack White House Computer Networks

Federal authorities are investigating an intrusion into the White House's computer networks, and Russia may be to blame. The FCC is officially moving forward with a plan that could help online T...

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Documents from the British government reveal a lack of oversight for how it reviews communications data collected by the NSA and foreign governments.

Unmanned NASA Rocket Explodes in Virginia

The Antares Rocket, an unmanned NASA rocket launched from Wallops Island, Va., exploded early Tuesday night just after lifting off.

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The FAA said the band's newest hit would not meet its requirements for commercial drone use in America. So what would have to change?

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