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Disney is using apps to spy on your children, lawsuit alleges - The Washington Post

Does 'don't be evil' still apply, Google?

The Tinder website is demonstrated for a photograph on an iPhone in Washington on Feb. 4. (Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg News)

Attorney General Jeff Sessions said trade secrets stolen from an Idaho-based semiconductor company were valued at $8.75 billion. (Alex Brandon/AP)


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A memorial commemorating Nazi spies remains in storage at a National Park Service facility outside Washington. A white supremacist group placed the stone on ...

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Is the Southern Poverty Law Center judging hate fairly? - The Washington Post

The deepening cleavage between Huawei proponents and detractors means the company will likely strengthen its focus on the business at hand – selling ...

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Schools are helping police spy on kids' social media activity

Congress demands answers on AP's relationship with Chinese state media

A Peppa Pig mascot on display at last month's Global Mobile Internet Conference in Beijing. (Ng Han Guan/AP)

GOP governors who survived the blue wave in blue states share advice. - The Washington Post

The White House insists that it's mounting a robust response to digital offensives against election systems and other critical infrastructure.

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President Vladimir Putin has allowed spies to guide Russian interactions with the West. (Alexander Zemlianichenko/AP)

Putin must wonder what else America knows about Russia

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Let's take a deep breath about Facebook's 'breach of trust'

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President Trump meets with Aya Hijazi in April at the White House in Washington. (Susan Walsh/Associated Press)

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After The Guardian and The Washington Post revealed the existence of the National Security Agency's secret surveillance programs this week, many Americans ...


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US media yet again conceals newsworthy government secrets | Glenn Greenwald | Opinion | The Guardian

Washington Post claims North Korea working on new missiles

The Quantum Spy Author David Ignatius on the Future of High-Tech Espionage

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the press, the secretary of state, the 'bean counters' in his own agency, and any other obstacles to his brand of big-stick jingoism .

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The credentials of this supposed group of experts are impossible to verify, as none is provided either by the Post or by the group itself.

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Mueller's investigation of Trump is going too far

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Tom Hanks Wouldn't Screen 'The Post' at the White House, Decries Attacks on First Amendment

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