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By Yanan Wang, Associated Press
Fighting to maintain its access to major markets for next-generation communications, Chinese tech giant Huawei is challenging the constitutionality of a U.S. law that limits its sales of telecom equipment.
By Joe McDonald, Associated Press
The Trump administration has targeted China's first global tech brand, ratcheting up disputes with Beijing over technology, trade and cyber-security.
By Isabel Debre, Raphael Satter, Associated Press
Facebook's head of cybersecurity policy told reporters that the tech giant had purged 65 Israeli accounts, 161 pages, dozens of groups and four Instagram accounts.
By Eric Tucker, Associated Press
The malware enabled criminals from Eastern Europe to take remote control of infected computers and siphon funds from victims' bank accounts, and targeted companies and institutions across all sectors of American life.
By Frank Bajak, Associated Press
Dubbed "ElectionGuard," the Microsoft kit will have early prototypes ready to pilot for next year's general elections.
By Colleen Long, Christina A. Cassidy, Associated Press
Whether presidential campaigns have learned from the cyberattacks is a critical question ahead as the 2020 election approaches. Preventing the attacks won't be easy or cheap.
The Mueller report continues to make headlines in Washington, as some Democrats talk impeachment and battle the Trump administration over additional investigations and subpoenas, but how prominent is the subject among voters outside D.C.? Judy Woodruff talks to Chris Buskirk…
Huawei is arguing a portion of this year's U.S. military appropriations act that bars the government and its contractors from using Huawei equipment is unconstitutional.
China's government on Monday accused the United States of trying to block its industrial development by alleging that Chinese mobile network gear poses a cybersecurity threat to countries rolling out new internet systems.
By Mary Clare Jalonick, Associated Press
A report expected to be released Monday by the Senate intelligence committee says that Russian interference operations still exist on social media platforms, and that the Russian operation discovered after the 2016 presidential election was much broader than once thought.
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