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Brendan Sasso is a technology correspondent for National Journal. He previously covered technology policy issues for The Hill and was a researcher and contributing writer for the 2012 edition of the Almanac of American Politics. He grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area and graduated from Claremont McKenna College.

Latest From Brendan Sasso

Verizon Backs Net Neutrality Power It Sued to Kill

Dating Websites Sued for Creating Fake Lovers

Federal regulators are cracking down on a company that tricked users into thinking someone was interested in them.

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...

NSA Chief Warns Companies Against Revenge Hacking

"Hacking back" may be illegal, Michael Rogers said. But his advice doesn't apply to the agency he heads.

Feds Sue AT&T for Limiting 'Unlimited' Data Plans

The company misled its customers by slowing down their data speeds, according to the FTC.

What Does Hillary Clinton Think About the NSA?

The Feds Want to Redefine TV, and That Has Cable Giants Nervous

A plan to update television regulations could help online video companies take on the established providers.

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Verizon Backs Net Neutrality Power It Sued to Kill

Dating Websites Sued for Creating Fake Lovers

Federal regulators are cracking down on a company that tricked users into thinking someone was interested in them.

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...

NSA Chief Warns Companies Against Revenge Hacking

"Hacking back" may be illegal, Michael Rogers said. But his advice doesn't apply to the agency he heads.

Feds Sue AT&T for Limiting 'Unlimited' Data Plans

The company misled its customers by slowing down their data speeds, according to the FTC.

What Does Hillary Clinton Think About the NSA?

The Feds Want to Redefine TV, and That Has Cable Giants Nervous

A plan to update television regulations could help online video companies take on the established providers.

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