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Table of Contents - May 24, 2018

O'Rielly, Rosenworcel Express Skepticism About DSRC Technology

The House this week voted 351-66 for the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for fiscal year 2019 (HR 5515), which, among other things, would require DoD officials to brief lawmakers on cyber threats to "government-owned mobile technologies."

The language about mobile cyber threats was an amendment proposed by Rep. Kyrsten Sinema (D., Ariz.). It would require DoD to brief the House and Senate Armed Services committees on "threats posed by credential theft, active surveillance from microphones and cameras, and tracking of user movements and location."

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