The documents offer insight into the legal maneuvers the US government has used to argue against any challenges to its right to surveil.
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GSA’s proving-ground program will evaluate emerging green technologies.
WESTPrime migration reaches milestone.
Ringleader allegedly gave sales associates lists of items to fraudulently purchase.
Google searches for the category of "Computers & Electronics" are down 60 percent since 2004.
The agency wants the private sector to manage a key part of project.
21-year-old Connecticut gamer arrested for "swatting" schools nationwide.
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Why Federal IT Reform Is Getting Cheaper
Pared-down Senate bill is projected to cost less than House-passed measure.
Terror Victims Can’t Seize Iranian and Syrian Web Addresses
ICANN: Internet domains aren’t owned by anybody, including ICANN.
After Delays, USCIS Sets New Deadline for Digital Immigration Records
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