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First POST: Security Insecurity

BY Micah L. Sifry | Friday, November 14 2014

New data on Americans attitudes toward government and private surveillance; how artists are responding to the surveillance state; redesigning New York state's official web presence; and much, much more. Read More

NYC Announces Wifi, Broadband Initiatives and New Homepage

BY Miranda Neubauer | Monday, September 30 2013

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced two major wireless access and broadband initiatives throughout the city today, a day after the City of New York unveiled a redesign of its homepage over the weekend. Read More

At a Weekend Hackathon, NYC.Gov Goes Search-Centric

BY Nick Judd | Tuesday, August 2 2011

There's an interesting trend in the way new government websites look lately. With Utah.gov, consumerfinance.gov, and small handful of others, they're beginning to look — well, better. Hoping to get in on that ... Read More

A New Hackathon for the City's Online Looks

BY Andrew Seo | Thursday, July 14 2011

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced today the city’s first hackathon to help “reinvent” NYC.gov, the official website for the five boroughs. The event, set to take place on Saturday, July 30, and ... Read More

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RSS Feed wednesday >

First POST: Cheers

How to not overreact to the Sony hack; the FCC admits it lost nearly 680,000 open internet comments; a great civic app wish-list; and much, much more. GO

tuesday >

First POST: Dealing

As North Korea's Internet mysteriously goes down, doubts remain about the source of the Sony hack; Facebook's Russia dilemma; some big news in open government data; and much, much more. GO

monday >

First POST: Brewing

How Democratic tech firms are jockeying for 2016 presidential roles; the FEC inches back into regulating the Internet; why Tumblr is a social justice movement hotbed; and much, much more. GO

friday >

First POST: MonopSony

Debating whether the Sony hack is a national security issue; living in the Age of Outrage; how Black Twitter is changing the civil rights scene; and much, much more. GO

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