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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

John Oliver Is the Most Powerful Tech Lobbyist in the Country

The most powerful tech lobbyist in the country may be a British TV host.

Outlook: Senators See Progress on Trafficking Bill, Lynch Nomination

Members say they're making progress—and that this week could be different.

Congress to Introduce Last-Ditch Bill to Reform NSA Spying

With the clock winding down, lawmakers in both chambers are staging one last attempt to rein in the government's surveillance powers.

SEC Reveals It Doesn’t Use Email Snooping Power It Defends

Chairwoman Mary Jo White said the commission isn't using subpoenas to acquire emails from ISPs, despite a long-running defense of the practice.

Phone Company Refuses to Stop Denouncing ALEC’s Telecom Policy

Credo Mobile said it will not comply with the conservative group's cease-and-desist demands.

Outlook: Senate Heavy Lifting Begins With Education and Iran

Two Tuesday markups could lead to big bipartisan deals—or fireworks.

Conservative Group ALEC Threatens Legal Action Against Telecom Critics

As corporate members continue to bolt, the controversial nonprofit is on a warpath to silence its critics.

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