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  • Blog Post: The Week in Tech Policy: Sept. 3rd Edition

    Posted by Jeff Meisner Editor, Microsoft on the Issues In this edition of The Week in Tech Policy, we have stories on the Apple v. Samsung case, Washington Monthly’s 2012 list of top universities, mobile phone text donations and more. Federal Aviation Administration to consider overhaul of...
  • Blog Post: How You Can Get Involved in National Cyber Security Awareness Month

    Editor’s Note: The following is a guest post from Michael Kaiser, Executive Director of the National Cyber Security Alliance. October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month. National Cyber Security Awareness Month is about everyone doing their part to make sure our online lives are kept...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft and Facebook Partner with Washington State for MyVote App

    Editor’s Note: This is a guest post from Washington Secretary of State Sam Reed. Washington is developing a reputation in the elections and tech community for pioneering work in reaching potential voters online and through social media. The latest example is the state’s partnership with...
  • Blog Post: Facebook to Use Microsoft’s PhotoDNA Technology to Combat Child Exploitation

    Editor’s note: The following is a guest post authored by Ernie Allen, president and CEO of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. In late 2009, I wrote on this blog about PhotoDNA , an important technological step forward in preventing the spread of child sexual exploitation...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft on National Cyber Security Month: Everyone Must Do Their Part

    Posted by Jacqueline Beauchere Director, Trustworthy Computing Communications, Microsoft October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) in the U.S. and around the world. This year's official launch is taking place in Ypsilanti, Michigan to coincide with the Michigan Cyber Summit 2011 ...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft TownHall: Building Public Online Communities

    Posted by Pamela Passman Corporate Vice President, Global Corporate Affairs and Curt Kolcun Vice President, U.S. Public Sector We’ve all seen how the Internet has fundamentally altered governments, political campaigns and issue advocacy in the United States. Many of the most impactful innovations...
  • Blog Post: Baby Boomers actively seek technology to realize the digital lifestyle

    Posted by Bonnie Kearney Director of Marketing, Trustworthy Computing Baby Boomers—the 78 million Americans born in the wake of World War II (1946-1964)—have been called the most influential generation in history, and are recognized historically as trendsetters who have actively reshaped...