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San Francisco's ban on facial-recognition puts the city at risk of not only falling behind on technological innovation, but returning digital workflows to manual processes, experts say.
Although the security updates to the Election Assistance Commission's new Voluntary Voting System Guidelines 2.0 are sorely needed, the approval and updating process can't keep up with technological changes.
A new survey of state transportation departments highlights the rapid deployment of drone technologies and growing demand for a highly trained workforce required to manage them.
Ongoing fears about privacy violations have left Missouri without a statewide prescription drug monitoring program, forcing its cities, neighboring states and the federal government to create a patchwork of incomplete workarounds.
The Tech to Protect Challenge is designed to boost capabilities of emergency responders with mobile apps, software applications, user interfaces, data systems and more.
AI-powered tools cut through the noise to help responders access and analyze relevant real-time data more efficiently and respond rapidly to breaking events.
As the Senate warned against potential threats to 5G security from Chinese companies, the Trump administration issued an executive order declaring foreign supply chain threats to the U.S. telecommunications system a national emergency.
Federal preemption of state laws would mean states could no longer respond to privacy threats, and consumers could only turn to Congress for a remedy.
When District government employees book rides for official business through the Via app, their agency gets the bill.
Additional resources would help the Election Assistance Commission with its expanded election security activities, EAC Chair Christy McCormick told Congress.
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