Articles about Government : US
The WTO's Information Technology Agreement is back on course after the United States and China agreed to the slashing of tariffs on electronic goods.
A $15 million Postal Service access control program set to go live was separate from hacked network
Snowden-disclosure irony aside, the US government is going full throttle in attempts to charge China with cyberespionage.
Everyone seems slightly shocked that the US president has come out in favor of net neutrality (he supported it before he won the White House), US Postal Service employee database was hacked (let's not go postal, folks), and the FBI took down 400 dark web sites. Plus more tasty govern-minty news from around the world. Read on.
In a surprise statement in favor of net neutrality, President Obama calls for the Federal Communications Commission to reclassify Internet service as a utility.
Facebook received 15,433 total requests in the U.S. alone during the first half of 2014, pertaining to data about 23,667 accounts.
It's been a rough week for privacy around the world, but heck, on the upside, government workers can now order Surface Pro 3 tablets. So, that's something, right? Lots more govern-minty news around the world. Click in and get up to date.
Microsoft is slowly continuing to expand availability of its Surface Pro 3 tablets by expanding its reseller ranks, as well as getting the devices on the U.S. GSA government schedule.
18F, a startup embedded within the U.S. General Services Administration, offers itself as an 'agile coach' to tech-heavy federal agencies.
A collection of notable security news items for the week ending October 31, 2014. Covers enterprise, controversies, reports and more.
New colo facility will need to be able to support the activities of multiple Legislative Branch agencies.
The Obama Administration has admitted that a cyberattacker was able to gain access to the US government's systems.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) knows a thing or two about cloud computing, and they've decided to share some good recommendations. Plus an anti-NSA phone and more government tech shenanigans from the world over.
National Institute of Standards & Technology issues 10 key recommendations for successful cloud initiatives.
End-users will ultimately decide on the success of multi-factor authentication. Will the newest efforts toward that end help them make up their minds?
After a recent trip to Lebanon, CNET's Esther Dyson stresses the importance of being sensitive to local cultures and customs when expanding globally. She tells ZDNet's Dan Farber which companies she thinks are doing a good job and explains what international governments should do to secure U.S. investment.