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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 20 August 2018

The Week in Internet News: Malaysia Repeals Recently Passed Fake News Law

That was quick: The new Malaysian government has repealed a fake news law passed earlier this year, The Hill...

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Technology 13 August 2018

The Week in Internet News: US Gov’t Wants More Encryption – For Itself

Encryption for us, not for you: The U.S. Department of Homeland Security is researching ways to improve mobile encryption...

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Mutually Agreed Norms for Routing Security (MANRS) 9 August 2018

Tech Companies Endorse MANRS Routing Security Actions

A coalition of more than 40 companies focused on protecting online users has endorsed a global community initiative, coordinated...

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Technology 6 August 2018

The Week in Internet News: IoT Security Spending Predicted to Skyrocket

Securing the IoT: Internet of Things security spending is predicted to rise by about 30 percent a year through...

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Technology 30 July 2018

The Week in Internet News: Facial Recognition IDs Politicians as Criminals

You look like a criminal: Amazon.com’s facial recognition technology falsely flagged 28 U.S. lawmakers as criminals in a test...

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Access 26 July 2018

Internet Drone and Balloon Projects Move Forward

Two innovative ideas to bring Internet access to hard-to-serve areas of the world – using drones and high-altitude balloons...

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