US Evacuates Citizens from War-Torn Sudan
At least two government-sponsored convoys carrying hundreds of American citizens, embassy staff, and allied nationals departed Khartoum and arrived safely at Port Sudan more than 500 miles away.
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Chronically Online Gen Z-er, Meet Government Secrets
Law enforcement agents broke down the front door of the familial home of Jack Teixeira, a 21-year-old Massachusetts National Guard airman who is accused of sharing highly sensitive information with a Discord group chat called “Thug Shaker Central.”
FOCUS on Data Privacy: North America Andrea Hebel
As the West embraces a new reality of digital interconnectedness amid the rise of new social media platforms, governments are scrambling to reconcile the protection of the data privacy of their citizens with the rights of companies, all while navigating the policy and security complications of foreign tech companies.