NSA Admits Improper Collection of Phone Data, 2nd Time Around

The American Civil Liberties Union on Wednesday released documents showing the United States National Security Agency improperly collected Americans’ call and text logs in November 2017 and in February and October 2018. The unauthorized collections occurred just four months after the agency announced it was deleting more than 620 million call detail records acquired since […]

How Governments Can Unlock Blockchain’s Potential

Blockchain technology continues to be the subject of intense interest and experimentation in all industries, particularly in government. However, the endless enthusiasm for blockchain has subsided, replaced with a greater sense of realism informed by experience. In 2018, two-thirds of governments were actively interested in blockchain, and 10% of governments were actually doing something with […]