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Facebook's participation in the Defending Digital Democracy Project comes after the company's security team issued a report in April explaining how the social media site was used during the 2016 campaign to spread misinformation "with the intent of harming the reputation of specific political targets." (AP Photo/Noah Berger, File)

Facebook invests in anti-hacking election initiative

The Defending Digital Democracy Project was launched last week by Hillary Clinton and Mitt Romney's former campaign chiefs.

Kremlin claims Russia and US are discussing cyber security working group

By Josh Siegel

Intelligence and security officials in the U.S. told Reuters, however, that they were not participating in the talks.

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The robots are coming. And these kids are ready for them.

By Kristen Soltis Anderson

The FIRST Global robotics competition saw students from nearly every nation around the world coming together to show off their engineering p...

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US lifts laptop ban on flights to the US from Saudi Arabia

By Leah DePiero

The Trump administration lifted the laptop ban on passengers flying on Saudia, the last airline facing in-flight restrictions on electronics...

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