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Congressman Wants U.S. to Part With Europe on Data Privacy

October 3 As the number of devices quietly gathering your data increases, so does the risk of exposure.

Intel Exec: Internet of Things Isn’t Scaling As Fast As We Thought

October 3 Actual connected devices may fall short of the 50 billion experts were predicting would join the internet by 2020.

The Scariest Part of Facebook’s Safety Check in a Mass Shooting

October 2 Facebook’s algorithms do not favor original reporting.

Outraged Programmers Forced a Rare Concession From Facebook on Its Open-Source Software

September 28 Facebook’s open-source software is wildly popular among developers and has been used to build countless websites.

OMB Data Guru: If Your Manager Doesn’t Get Open Data, Take Them To A Hackathon

September 28 White House tech teams are going to more public tech events not only to network but also to demonstrate the value of open data projects.

How U.S. Digital Service’s Team Works With Other Agencies

September 27 The U.S. Digital Service team building out the governmentwide login has a separate staff that markets the system to other agencies.

The Future the US Military is Constructing: a Giant, Armed Nervous System

September 27 Service chiefs are converging on a single strategy for military dominance: connect everything to everything.

White House Officials: To Manage the Government, Open Its Data

September 26 Though there are hurdles, White House officials continue to push for better, more accessible federal data.

The Coming Software Apocalypse

September 26 A small group of programmers wants to change how we code—before catastrophe strikes.