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Data Privacy a Concern for Marginalized Communities

By: Christopher Wood, Co-Founder & Executive Director, LGBT Tech While hot-button technology topics like net neutrality make headlines for current legislative activity, the underlying concern...

Yvette Clarke Taking Important Steps to Protect Cybersecurity, Privacy

Over the past two weeks, Congresswoman Yvette D. Clarke, the only African American woman to sit on the powerful House Energy & Commerce Committee,...

Senator Catherine Pugh: Making Telemedicine a Household Reality

For the past 15 years, Catherine Pugh has been a dedicated public servant to the residents of Maryland, and is having an indelible impact...

Is Global Regulation of Telecommunications a Good or Bad Idea?

We often think about information and communications being regulated solely by the government, but did you know there were international bodies that assisted with...

President Barack Obama Check-Ins to Foursquare

President Barack Obama is the newest member to the social networking service known as “Foursquare.” Foursquare is a mobile service that allows users to share...

The White House Reveals its U.S. International Strategy for Cyberspace

The Obama Administration officially launched its international cybersecurity strategy in a White House event on Monday, May 16. The event was lead by Homeland Security Advisor John Brennan and Howard Schmidt, the White House Cybersecurity Coordinator. In addition, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Attorney General Eric Holder, The Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano, the Deputy Secretary of Defense William Lynn and Secretary Gary Locke of the Commerce Department participated as a unified sign of support.

Changing Our Passwords, Improving Cyber Security

New password creation methods may be key to helping people feel secure online.