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​Kaveh Waddell is a staff correspondent for National Journal, where he previously conducted policy research​. A native of Seattle, Kaveh graduated from Middlebury College with a degree in international politics and economics.

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Federal Court Overturns Ruling Against NSA Mass-Surveillance Program

The Snowden-exposed program is still set to terminate by the end of the year.

The 22 Amendments That Could Determine the Fate of the Senate's Cybersecurity Bill

These amendments will get a vote if and when CISA comes up after recess.

Chuck Schumer Wants to Set Up No-Drone Zones Around Airports

The New York senator cited a recent uptick in drone sightings near commercial airliners to advocate for quick action.

The Release of Ashley Madison Users' Info Is More Than Just Embarrassing—It's a Security Threat

Hackers and criminals can use the basic identifying information from the breach of the adultery website to access other systems.

IRS Data Breach Nearly Three Times Bigger than Previously Reported

An internal investigation revealed that the cyberattack affected 220,000 more taxpayer accounts than was originally estimated.

How Phone Companies Used 'Supercookies' to Track Customers' Web Browsing

AT&T and Verizon continued tracking users' unencrypted traffic for months after backlash over the practice erupted in November 2014, researchers found.

Feds Expect to Spend at Least $500 Million on the Next Five Years of Data Breaches

The government is preparing to hire contractors to deal with future breaches.

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