“It is completely unacceptable that the Russian Intelligence Services are targeting those working to combat the coronavirus pandemic,” a British official said.
William Barr blasted Google, Microsoft and other American big tech companies for being short-sighted while meeting the Chinese government’s demands for operating within the country.
One of the tricky parts of responding is addressing the conspiracy theories that domestic social media users create but then get amplified by foreign actors, experts said.
China is ramping up illegal activity to subvert the U.S. during the pandemic, according to FBI Director Chris Wray.
The world needs to engage seriously with China’s AI development and take a closer look at what’s really going on.
A new dashboard—created by NASA and international partners—enables users to see changes in air and water quality, greenhouse gases, city nightlights, economic indicators and agricultural production.
Apple’s approach arguably fits a wider narrative about the company being heavy-handed in determining what apps are allowed on iPhones.
Lawmakers aim to beef up the government’s tech prowess and put protections on American intellectual property and talent.
The move aims to facilitate full U.S. participation in international standards-setting bodies.
Lawmakers call for research into artificial intelligence, quantum computing and 5G networks to counter near-peer adversaries.
After a big drop in April, Iran’s conventional military activity is up. Cyber operations never slowed down.
Meanwhile, the U.S. has delayed several launches amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Economic analysts see a closing window for U.S. policymakers to engage with Chinese counterparts on areas of mutual interest and benefit.
Some stakeholders say Commerce Department rules to implement a similar order about telecommunications equipment from last May are “impossible” to comply with.
The space agency and its partners will host a two-day hackathon on May 30-31.
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FCC Chairman says the agency will now act on a rulemaking it’s been sitting on since 2016.
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