All posts tagged "National Security"
House Passes Defense Bill that Calls Climate Change “Direct Threat” to U.S.
The bill sets the Pentagon's budget at $696 billion.
Supreme Court Reinstates Parts of Trump’s Travel Ban, Will Hear Case in Fall
A partial victory for the president.
Trump Pledges to Investigate Leaks After UK Withholds Intel
Is the U.S.-U.K. intelligence relationship at risk?
The “Covered Alien?”: House Votes for the SAFE Act
A security blanket we can drag around made out of taxpayer dollars.
Security Researcher Sparks Fear With This Plane Security Hack
Could an in-flight entertainment system really take down a plane?
The Jones Act: Outdated or Vital?
The Jones Act is up for debate in Congress right now. What will they decide?
Eighteen Months After Snowden Leak, What’s Next for PRISM?
While Snowden remains out of the reach of the American justice system, what's next for PRISM?
Verizon Starts New Transparency Trend
Verizon released its first transparency report earlier this month sparking new exchanges between the government and technology companies....
FBI Changes Mission Statement
The Federal Bureau of Investigation has changed its mission statement. For years, the primary mission of the agency...
Where Inventions, Privacy, and Economics Intersect: R2D2’s Evil Twin
Robots are the future- and they are already here. Although, the average “joe” may not interact with these...
Manning Acquitted of ‘Aiding the Enemy’ but Still Guilty
A military judge acquitted Pfc. Bradley Manning of aiding the enemy on Tuesday, the most serious of the...
NSA Transparency Push: Apple, Google, Facebook Join Civil Liberties Coalition
The largest internet companies have joined forces with top civil liberties groups to call on the White House...