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The government needs to put money into artificial intelligence if it wants to beat other countries, tech experts say.
The intelligence community agrees Russia will try to influence the 2018 midterms, but they’re less clear on how to stop the Kremlin.
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The Russian antivirus company previously sued to reverse a ban imposed by the Homeland Security Department.
The Homeland Security Department banned the Russian antivirus company Kaspersky from government networks last year. Huawei and ZTE may be next.
Lawmakers also weigh in on bug bounties and advance customer experience and open data bills.
After a short “technical” shutdown, Congress early Friday passed a measure that would raise spending levels by $300 billion over the next two years.
Those smartphone addictions are not a joking matter, according to a trio of lawmakers.
The panel, which is tied to reauthorizing the department, would pare back overlapping committee jurisdictions.
Schumer says agreement will send sequester caps to "ash heaps of history."
Cryptocurrency exchanges are currently regulated as money-transmission services.
The House passed reauthorization last year; the Senate is taking it up now.
Bills focused on improving federal customer service and grant transparency are also scheduled for markup.
DHS won’t provide information about a government ban on the Russian antivirus until litigation with the company is complete.
The modernization project went over budget and didn't yield any reusable software or equipment.
The Federal Election Commission may soon require online ads that urge viewers to vote for or against a specific candidate to include a disclaimer about where they originated.
And the crypto wars continue.
A think tank wants Congress to bring back a tech research office it scrapped in 1995.
Four Democratic lawmakers are urging the president—for the second time—to appoint a director to the Office of Science and Technology Policy and fully staff the department.
Democrats on House commerce panel want Justice Department involvement too.
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