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Security fears over antitrust legislation raise looming questions about a federal privacy law

by Tonya Riley

Experts say not all of the tech companies' security concerns are unfounded.

White House cyber summit with private sector nets impressive gains, but points to considerable work needed ahead

by Tim Starks

"A couple folks have struggled with the idea that we're going to pat companies on the back for doing things they should already be doing," said one observer.

In the dark about 'going dark'

by Ari Schwartz

Opinion: A former government official asks how could encryption statistics — cited repeatedly by the nation's top law enforcement officials — be so wrong for so long?

U.S. urged to be more transparent about zero-days

by Chris Bing

The Department of Homeland Security, not the NSA, should be in charge of deciding whether and when the U.S. government discloses new software vulnerabilities its researchers find, two former senior White House cybersecurity staffers Ari Schwartz and Rob Knake write in a study for Harvard's Belfer Center

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