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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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Who Hacked My Toaster?

By wirelessly connecting nearly every device we use, from refrigerators to cars, the Internet of Things is creating a brand-new digital universe that's full of both promise and peril. And once aga...

The Increasing Politicization of the FCC

In the wake of the historic net-neutrality decision, an independent agency is more polarized than ever.

It’s Official—FCC Enacts Expansive Net-Neutrality Rules

Obama backed the controversial Internet regulations, but Congress and the courts will have their say.

Feds Nullify State Laws on City Internet

Net neutrality may get more attention, but the FCC is also making a major push for community Internet service—a priority for Obama.

Republicans Fear Net Neutrality Plan Could Lead to UN Internet Powers

An Obama administration official dismisses any link between the FCC's rules and international authority over the Internet.

Thune's Plan: Give on Net Neutrality, But Put Stricter Limits on FCC

Republicans look to curb agency's power to regulate the Internet.

Congress Returns With No Plan to Avoid Shutdown

Both chambers likely will spend the week refusing to budge on DHS funding.

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