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Senate OKs bill that lets consumers unlock cellphones so they can switch providers

The Senate passed a bill July 15 that would let consumers unlock their cellphones instead of buying new ones when they switch providers.

Senate OKs bill that lets consumers unlock cellphones so they can switch providers

The Senate passed a bill July 15 that would let consumers unlock their cellphones instead of buying new ones when they switch providers.

Flood of unaccompanied minors across southwestern border forces vast federal response

The massive number of unaccompanied children crossing the southwestern border has federal officials scrambling to provide enough people and space to deal with the crisis.

Flood of unaccompanied minors across southwestern border forces vast federal response

The massive number of unaccompanied children crossing the southwestern border has federal officials scrambling to provide enough people and space to deal with the crisis.

Franken highlights dangers on smartphone fingerprint scanners

"Unlike passwords, fingerprints cannot be changed. If hackers get hold of a digital copy of your fingerprint, they could use it to impersonate you for the rest of your life, particularly as more and more technologies start relying on fingerprint authentication," his letter says.

Franken highlights dangers on smartphone fingerprint scanners

"Unlike passwords, fingerprints cannot be changed. If hackers get hold of a digital copy of your fingerprint, they could use it to impersonate you for the rest of your life, particularly as more and more technologies start relying on fingerprint authentication," his letter says.

NARA office wants FOIA personnel involved in procurement

The federal office that serves as the Freedom of Information Act ombudsman is aiming to embed FOIA personnel into information technology procurement and development. The idea would be to ensure in advance that agencies can efficiently search for electronic records in new repositories.

NARA office wants FOIA personnel involved in procurement

The federal office that serves as the Freedom of Information Act ombudsman is aiming to embed FOIA personnel into information technology procurement and development. The idea would be to ensure in advance that agencies can efficiently search for electronic records in new repositories.

Bureau of Prisons addressing solitary confinement concerns

Inmates should never be released from prison directly from solitary confinement, said Charles Samuels, head of the Bureau of Prisons, during a Senate hearing Feb. 25. "I do not believe that it is appropriate," he said, as solitary confinement is used for prisoners who are too dangerous to interact with corrections officers and their fellow inmates.

Bureau of Prisons addressing solitary confinement concerns

Inmates should never be released from prison directly from solitary confinement, said Charles Samuels, head of the Bureau of Prisons, during a Senate hearing Feb. 25. "I do not believe that it is appropriate," he said, as solitary confinement is used for prisoners who are too dangerous to interact with corrections officers and their fellow inmates.