In announcing an initial $133 million award to I.D. Experts for protection services, U.S. officials said they proceeded with caution to ensure they do not further inconvenience victims.
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A lot of high-powered tech, wrapped up in an adorable package.
2 Easy Steps to Improve Privacy Policies
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Video: Geronimo Is a Cooler, Faster Way to Read Your Emails
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Shadow BYOD Runs Rampant at Federal Agencies
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Video: Apps to Train Your Brain
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State Department Looks to Outfit Workers with 'the Most Contemporary' Mobile Devices
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