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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

FCC Hints at Hybrid Net Neutrality Rules

The FCC Wants to Get Creative on Net Neutrality

The commission hints at some possible new approaches for regulations.

How Republicans Might Accidentally Make Net Neutrality Stronger

How Republicans Might Accidentally Make Net Neutrality Stronger

The party is holding the line on new Internet regulations, but that's costing them their seat at the negotiating table.

Senators Want to Protect Your Email, at Home and Abroad

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

Apple Makes a Big Bet on Privacy

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. 

Show More from Brendan Sasso

FCC Hints at Hybrid Net Neutrality Rules

The FCC Wants to Get Creative on Net Neutrality

The commission hints at some possible new approaches for regulations.

How Republicans Might Accidentally Make Net Neutrality Stronger

How Republicans Might Accidentally Make Net Neutrality Stronger

The party is holding the line on new Internet regulations, but that's costing them their seat at the negotiating table.

Senators Want to Protect Your Email, at Home and Abroad

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

Apple Makes a Big Bet on Privacy

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. 

Show More from Brendan Sasso