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When it comes to US government health alerts, people want the human touch

When it comes to being alerted to a national health emergency by the U.S. government, people want the human touch – even if it comes through the TV.

US intelligence community scored data on more than 96,000 'targets' last year

The U.S. intelligence community collected data on more than 96,000 "targets" last year under section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Security Act, or FISA, according to the annual transparency report released Monday by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.

Google gets access to millions of UK's National Health Service records

Google is getting access to a wide range of health care data through a data-sharing agreement between the company and the U.K.'s National Health Service, or NHS, according to a new report.

New tool digitizes feds' purchase forecasts, targets small-business users

The innovation team at 18F has created a tool to help the General Services Administration forecast the purchasing needs of federal agencies.

Kansas House votes to close private email loophole for open records

A new bill working its way through the Kansas legislature would stop state officials from hiding behind their private email accounts in order to avoid making records public.

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