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Ex-NSA employee charged with violating Espionage Act, selling U.S. cyber secrets
The former employee allegedly told an undercover FBI agent he was willing to sell classified documents for a $85,000 due to significant debt.
Agencies don't know what sensitive data new IT systems collect on Americans, GAO report finds
A rise in federal agency breaches involving personal data highlights the ongoing challenge the U.S. government faces in protecting privacy.
Senator slams U.S. courts agency for 'stonewalling' inquiry into cyberattack
Sen. Ron Wyden said the courts administrators' lack of answers about the breach "is a major red flag about the state of the courts’ systems."
House leaders demand law enforcement agencies provide details on use of private data
Public records and reporting has revealed that federal agencies have spent millions of dollars on contracts with massive data brokers.
DOJ now relies on paper for its most sensitive court documents, official says
A top DOJ official said potential vulnerabilities in the online case management system means that "going online is not always the best thing."
DOJ national security division chief backs tech antitrust bill
The Justice Department said it believes the antitrust legislation will address the threat posed by the "rise of dominant platforms."