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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.

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Feds: App Secretly Hijacked Phones to Mine Digital Money

The "Prized" app drained batteries and burned through mobile data, according to regulators.

Feds Urged to Investigate Uber’s Plan to Track Users

A privacy advocacy group is urging federal regulators to investigate Uber's planned changes to its privacy policy.

FCC Moves to Subsidize Internet as Republicans Warn of 'Tax' Hike

The agency wants to help poor Americans get online, but Republicans warn of pouring money into the controversial "Obamaphone" program.

AT&T Faces $100 Million Fine in FCC's First-Ever Net-Neutrality Case

The wireless carrier, which is also fighting FTC charges, limits "unlimited" data.

Privacy Groups Boycott Administration's Facial Recognition Talks

The Commerce Department will forge ahead, but privacy advocates have lost faith in negotiations over software that can identify faces.

Outlook: Uncertainty Surrounds Second Shot at Trade Vote

Defense authorization, intelligence, and anti-Obamacare measures also on tap this week.

Does NSA Spying Leave the U.S. Without Moral High Ground in China Hack?

Was the breach of federal employee records all that different from U.S. surveillance programs?

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