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Grant Gross

Grant Gross

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Grant Gross is a long-time tech policy reporter, most recently serving as Washington correspondent and senior editor at IDG News Service. Since 2003, he’s written about topics such as net neutrality, electronic surveillance, cybersecurity, and digital copyright legislation. He’s also a former managing editor at Linux.com, and in a past life, he covered school board and county commission meetings for newspapers in the Dakotas and Minnesota. More information can be found at www.grantgross.com.

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The Week in Internet News: Placing Money on AI Thumbnail
Technology 28 January 2019

The Week in Internet News: Placing Money on AI

AI manages your money: Artificial Intelligence may eventually replace your financial advisor, Forbes suggests. AI can already spot financial...

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Technology 21 January 2019

The Week in Internet News: IoT Hacked? Who Knows?

IoT survey: Nearly half of all companies using IoT devices don’t have mechanisms in place to detect if any of...

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Technology 14 January 2019

The Week in Internet News: Connected Hot Tub Lands in Hot Water

Hot tub vulnerabilities: New connections to the Internet of Things for hot tubs – allowing users to do things...

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Technology 7 January 2019

The Week in Internet News: Massachusetts Town Says ‘No Thank You’ to Broadband Network

Build your own: A Massachusetts town has declined an offer from a major ISP to build a high-speed broadband...

The Week in Internet News: India Pushes for Sites to Remove ‘Unlawful’ Content, Break Encryption Thumbnail
Technology 2 January 2019

The Week in Internet News: India Pushes for Sites to Remove ‘Unlawful’ Content, Break Encryption

Not this again: India’s government wants websites and social media platforms to remove content regulators determine as “unlawful” within...

The Year in Review: Governments Try to Restrict Free Speech Online and Break Encryption Thumbnail
Technology 28 December 2018

The Year in Review: Governments Try to Restrict Free Speech Online and Break Encryption

In 2018, the Internet saw concerted government efforts to restrict free speech on the Internet – some in the...

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