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Congress to Introduce Last-Ditch Bill to Reform NSA Spying

With the clock winding down, lawmakers in both chambers are staging one last attempt to rein in the government's surveillance powers.

Book Review: Controlling The Message: New Media in American Political Campaigns

Exploring the effects of new media on the political landscape.


How D.C. Flacks and Reporters Manage All That Email (or Don't)

How D.C. flacks and reporters manage all that email (or don't).

Trade Bill Takes Aim at Foreign Governments' Data Protections

Tech companies and trade groups come out in support of the Trade Priorities Act.

Does the Federal Government Need a New $400M Cyber Campus?

The Obama administration has proposed spending more than $227 million next year for the first phase of the facility's construction. 

SEC Reveals It Doesn’t Use Email Snooping Power It Defends

Chairwoman Mary Jo White said the commission isn't using subpoenas to acquire emails from ISPs, despite a long-running defense of the practice.

Phone Company Refuses to Stop Denouncing ALEC’s Telecom Policy

Credo Mobile said it will not comply with the conservative group's cease-and-desist demands.

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