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Grant Gross

Grant Gross

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Grant Gross is a long-time tech policy reporter, most recently serving as Washington correspondent and senior editor at IDG News Service. Since 2003, he’s written about topics such as net neutrality, electronic surveillance, cybersecurity, and digital copyright legislation. He’s also a former managing editor at Linux.com, and in a past life, he covered school board and county commission meetings for newspapers in the Dakotas and Minnesota. More information can be found at www.grantgross.com.

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Technology 24 June 2019

The Week in Internet News: AI and IoT Could Lead to Industry 4.0

The new revolution: Advances in the Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence are leading to a fourth industrial revolution,...

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Technology 17 June 2019

The Week in Internet News: Hackers Eye Security Cameras

Big targets: Internet-connected security cameras make up nearly half of all the Internet of Things devices compromised by hackers,...

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Technology 10 June 2019

The Week in Internet News: Better Broadband Boosts Employment

High-speed jobs: A new study suggests that better broadband service lowers unemployment rates, Vice.com reports. Researchers from the University...

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Technology 3 June 2019

The Week in Internet News: Germany Considers Banning Encryption on Chat Apps

Transparent chatting: The German Ministry of the Interior is considering new regulations that would ban end-to-end encryption on chat...

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Technology 27 May 2019

The Week in Internet News: Broadband Goes to Space

The final countdown: After two delays, SpaceX has launched a rocket containing 60 satellites designed to deliver broadband to...

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Technology 20 May 2019

The Week in Internet News: San Francisco Bans Use of Facial Recognition by Police

No cameras, please: The San Francisco Board of Supervisors has voted to ban the use of facial recognition technologies...

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