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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 Accuse Sony of Overhyping PlayStation Features

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Will Patriot Act Fight Split the NSA Reformers?

Patriot Act Deadline Threatens to Splinter NSA Reformers

Stinging from defeat, some privacy advocates want to let parts of the Patriot Act sunset next year. But not everyone is ready to take the plunge.

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The president wants to treat the Internet like a utility, which could trigger new government tolls.

Democrat to NSA: Forget Congress, Stop Mass Spying Now

Senate Republicans blocked a bill to restrict domestic surveillance. But Rep. Adam Schiff says the administration should act anyway.

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Feds Accuse Sony of Overhyping PlayStation Features

If you bought a PlayStation Vita, you could soon be getting a refund thanks to a federal settlement.

Will Patriot Act Fight Split the NSA Reformers?

Patriot Act Deadline Threatens to Splinter NSA Reformers

Stinging from defeat, some privacy advocates want to let parts of the Patriot Act sunset next year. But not everyone is ready to take the plunge.

Wheeler Taking His Time on Net Neutrality

What Obama's Action Does for Tech—Brought to You by United Technologies Corporation

Obama's Net-Neutrality Plan Could Mean New Internet Fees

The president wants to treat the Internet like a utility, which could trigger new government tolls.

Democrat to NSA: Forget Congress, Stop Mass Spying Now

Senate Republicans blocked a bill to restrict domestic surveillance. But Rep. Adam Schiff says the administration should act anyway.

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