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Elias Groll is a staff writer at Foreign Policy, covering cybersecurity, privacy, and intelligence.
The Orlando terror attack wasn't enough to hand the FBI broader power.
Some Russian athletes will likely be allowed to compete in Rio.
Omar Mateen made demands to police negotiators during a stand-off in the Pulse nightclub, according to newly released transcripts.
A GOP operative and an academic are teaming up to go after the Islamic State online, but Silicon Valley isn’t buying it.
Hackers likely working on behalf of the FSB and GRU broke into DNC servers.
The gunman who slaughtered innocents in Orlando didn’t need any specific orders from Islamic State commanders. The group’s hateful ideology was enough.
What can stop hackers from turning off America’s lights? Old-school equipment that’s not connected to the web.