Policy Tech / Cyber

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Carlos Monje, Twitter's director of public policy and philanthropy, told the Senate Commerce Committee that his company will be rolling out plans to inform each user about accounts linked to the Russia-based Internet Research Agency in the near future. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

Twitter to notify users who were exposed to accounts run by Russian trolls

By Melissa Quinn |
The Internet Research Agency, a "troll farm" located in St. Petersburg, Russia, created various social media accounts during the 2016 electi...

Searches of phones at the border unlikely to stop

By Washington Examiner Staff |

Officers should have to secure a warrant before scouring people's intimate communications

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Students develop software to combat fake news

By Kyle Turnage |

It is a Chrome extension that warns users of websites likely to spread fake news and gives them alternative sources to check out.

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Google's new fact-check feature: Proof liberal bias in tech and the media is real

By Liz Wolfe |

It's absurd that Google's fact-checking feature implicitly plants in people's minds that Jezebel is more credible than the Federalist.

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