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The Open App Markets Act, a bill that would, among many other things, require device makers to allow for the installation of unvetted applications on users’ mobile devices, won the approval of the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee earlier this month.

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America needs a robust, resilient supply chain for semiconductors

U.S. economic and military competition with China is the defining condition of this decade and, likely, of decades to follow. The outcome of today’s competition with China rests on who will assume technology leadership for advanced and emerging technologies.

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In the era of entire workforces going remote and a wide variety of tasks being moved online, it seems fair to ask: what else can be transitioned to virtual due to COVID-19? 

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Seventeen prominent players reflect on the decades of war they helped wage and the domestic defenses they helped erect.

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For Michael Chertoff, former US secretary of Homeland Security from 2005 to 2009, the fact that America has not experienced a single attack by foreign terrorists since 9/11 proves that the US was "successful" in its strategy to prevent terrorism.

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On September 11, 2001, 19 terrorists executed a horrific plan to hijack aircraft and turn them into guided missiles that destroyed the World Trade Center, damaged the Pentagon, and killed approximately 3,000 people.  In carrying out their plot, the terrorists exploited vulnerabilities or gaps in several security systems that were intended to protect our borders and our aviation system. 

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As Congress considers how to increase competition for app stores run by Apple, Google and others, it also needs to consider potential cybersecurity threats.

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