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Laura Ryan

Staff Correspondent, Technology

lryan@atlanticmedia.com

Laura is a staff correspondent for National Journal covering technology. She is grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area, and attended Wellesley College, where she received a B.A. in American Studies.

Latest From Laura Ryan

Wheeler Fires Back Over Auction Rules

How the U.S. Is Vulnerable to Terrorism in Space

The possibility of a dangerous space incident is on the rise.

AT&T Threatens to Skip Spectrum Auction

GOOGLE'S EARNINGS DISAPPOINT : The company has traditionally gushed profits without breaking a sweat. Now it takes more of an effort. (David Streitfeld, NYT) 

How Copyright Could Sink Your Pandora Station

The rise of digital radio services has the music industry struggling.

FCC Plans Spectrum Auction Limits

FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler will push an order that would limit the ability of Verizon and AT&T to bid in the upcoming spectrum auction. 

Google Didn't Tell the Feds About Heartbleed, And Snowden Journalists Win Pulitzer

NSA (Sometimes) Exploits Internet Bugs

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Wheeler Fires Back Over Auction Rules

How the U.S. Is Vulnerable to Terrorism in Space

The possibility of a dangerous space incident is on the rise.

AT&T Threatens to Skip Spectrum Auction

GOOGLE'S EARNINGS DISAPPOINT : The company has traditionally gushed profits without breaking a sweat. Now it takes more of an effort. (David Streitfeld, NYT) 

How Copyright Could Sink Your Pandora Station

The rise of digital radio services has the music industry struggling.

FCC Plans Spectrum Auction Limits

FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler will push an order that would limit the ability of Verizon and AT&T to bid in the upcoming spectrum auction. 

Google Didn't Tell the Feds About Heartbleed, And Snowden Journalists Win Pulitzer

NSA (Sometimes) Exploits Internet Bugs

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