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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.

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Senators Want to Protect Your Email, at Home and Abroad

 Laura Ryan ( @NJLJRyan ), Brendan Sasso ( @BrendanSasso ), Dustin Volz ( @dnvolz ), and Alex Brown ( @AlexBrownNJ )

Apple Wants to Be the Guardian of Your Data

The tech giant says it won't be able to share your iPhone data even if it wanted to.

Apple Makes a Big Bet on Privacy

Yelp Settles Federal Charges for Collecting Data on Kids

The FTC says the company collected children's information without parental consent.

Hell Won't Freeze Over Because of Wireless Rules

The official tally for net-neutrality comments is now up to 3.7 million, and FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler thinks the wireless carriers are overhyping the danger of expanded rules. 

The FCC Has a Lot of Comments to Read

Feds Investigate 'Discrimination by Algorithm'

The Federal Trade Commission puts the pernicious side of big data under the microscope.

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Senators Want to Protect Your Email, at Home and Abroad

 Laura Ryan ( @NJLJRyan ), Brendan Sasso ( @BrendanSasso ), Dustin Volz ( @dnvolz ), and Alex Brown ( @AlexBrownNJ )

Apple Wants to Be the Guardian of Your Data

The tech giant says it won't be able to share your iPhone data even if it wanted to.

Apple Makes a Big Bet on Privacy

Yelp Settles Federal Charges for Collecting Data on Kids

The FTC says the company collected children's information without parental consent.

Hell Won't Freeze Over Because of Wireless Rules

The official tally for net-neutrality comments is now up to 3.7 million, and FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler thinks the wireless carriers are overhyping the danger of expanded rules. 

The FCC Has a Lot of Comments to Read

Feds Investigate 'Discrimination by Algorithm'

The Federal Trade Commission puts the pernicious side of big data under the microscope.

Show More from Laura Ryan