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How your phone can be hacked

How the Senate encryption bill resembles Chinese law (and how it does not)

Burr-Feinstein’s unintelligible approach to encryption undermines any hope for viable legislation

DHS now says it supports White House open-source software policy

DHS warns on cyber risk of open source

DHS: Open-source software is like giving the Mafia a copy of FBI system code

New data: Americans are abandoning wired home Internet

The dark side of big data

I tried on the smart helmet of the future, and it gave me super powers

Facebook advances era in which information comes to you, no humans required

Technology is helping Verizon ride out one of its biggest strikes ever

What can ISPs do with your personal information? The FCC has some ideas …

 

Briefing Room   
News announcements from our industry

FCC Commissioner Pai letter regarding abuses in Universal Service Fund’s Lifeline program

FCC declaratory ruling regarding incentive-auction reimbursements

FirstNet blog by CEO Mike Poth: An enduring network for public safety

NTIA posts notice to recruit new FirstNet board members

Cobham Antenna Systems announces first in a range of high-power, directional spiral antennas