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This isn't just bad for the NSA. It's bad for everyday users, too.

A still-experimental kind of computing might one day be able to easily crack the encryption commonly used now.

The government starts notifying people affected by the OPM breach today. But how will it reach everyone?

Researchers at CrowdStrike say Russian hackers appear to be targeting Western energy interests for cyber espionage.

More retail hacking, smart car privacy concerns, and the other tech policy stories you need to read this morning.

Be careful who you trust with your bitcoins.

North Korea's tablet reviewed, the Morris Worm turns 25, and the NSA's voracious appetite.

Security vulnerabilities are a major problem in medical software and devices.

Is the NSA putting its offensive capabilities before the security of everyday users?

There's been some recent confusion between the two agencies.

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