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The latest report on internet freedom by Freedom House finds online discourse in the United States is suffering. It isn’t just Russia that’s spreading disinformation on Facebook, Google...

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Sam Altman, Chris Kelly and others are involved A group of well-wired tech engineers is trying to bring a Silicon Valley sensibility to hundreds of hardscrabble Democratic campaigns around...

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The Senate Intelligence Committee also urged Facebook, Google and Twitter to testify at a November 1 hearing. Senate lawmakers investigating Russian interference in the 2016 presidential race...

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State officials finally know if they serve one of the 21 states Russia tried to hack during the 2016 Presidential elections. Homeland Security and other agencies found out in 2016 that Russian...

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Politicians want the FEC to crack down on “loopholes” that allow foreign entities to buy political ads online. A group of House and Senate Democrats are calling on the U.S. government to...

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San Francisco in January could become the first U.S. city to adopt open source software to run its voting machines. City officials last month authorized consulting group Slalom to prepare a report...

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Try a quick Google search for “Africa” + “tech” in the last couple of weeks and you will read little other than news of the fallout from tech malfunctions during Kenya’s election process, which...

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Increased use of open source software could fortify U.S. election system security, according to former CIA head R. James Woolsey and Bash creator Brian J. Fox. The two made their case for open source...

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It's Canada's turn to freak out about election hacking. At a news conference held today, the country's Communications Security Establishment (CSE) said it was likely that hackers...