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John Yoo: Fix the FBI, Don’t Politicize It

Wray and Sessions may face their greatest reform obstacle in the form of their president, argues Bush-era deputy assistant attorney general.

DHS Retools Government Internet Connection for the Cloud Era

Department wants to lessen the "trombone effect," which slows network to and from the cloud and makes it harder for agencies to use as-a-service applications.

Secret Service: ATM ‘Jackpot’ Hackers Likely Tied to International Syndicates

The heists, which involve hacking ATMs to rapidly shoot out torrents of cash, have been observed across the United States.

For Government Contractors, No End in Sight to Budget Uncertainty

The stoppage brought fresh worries that the industry’s funding problems are likely to get worse before they get better.

Massive Coincheck Cryptocurrency Heist Spurs Call for More Regulation

Japanese finance ministry officials said the country will conduct on-site inspections of exchanges and that cryptocurrencies would likely become an issue at the next G-20 meeting.

As Super Bowl Looms, Arrest for Threats to Steelers-Jaguars Playoff Game

According to the criminal complaint, suspect sent three separate communications threatening a mass shooting aimed at Pittsburgh Steelers players and fans.

ICE Acquires License Plate Tracking Data Through Sole Source Contract

Agency says database being built as investigative tool and “will not collect nor contribute any data to a national public or private database through this contract.”

FISA Renewed with Little Fanfare or Protest: Wither Privacy?

Legislative process may well signal the ebbing of the wave of reaction from the 2013 Snowden revelations concerning U.S. intelligence spying on the activities of American citizens.
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