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HP adds two new Moonshot configs and increased app support
(ZDNet, October 23, 2014)
Qualcomm backs robotics accelerator
(UT San Diego News, October 23, 2014)
Akamai sees record-setting spikes in size and volume of DDoS attacks
(PC World, October 23, 2014)
Google buys two more UK artificial intelligence startups
(The Guardian, October 23, 2014)
China's Zhao named new head of ITU
(Global Post, October 23, 2014)
HHS launches $840M in new IT incentives
(Healthcare IT News, October 23, 2014)
HP reportedly gearing up to introduce new computer with 3-D scanner
(Silicon Valley Business Journal, October 22, 2014)
Intuit Targets Uber Drivers, Contractors With New Service
(Bloomberg, October 22, 2014)
The internet of things may be new, but Qualcomm is relying on its past for a connected future
(Gigaom, October 22, 2014)
CA Technologies study reveals application divide
(IT Web, October 22, 2014)
Google reveals Inbox, an email-management service
(San Jose Mercury News, October 22, 2014)
Robot will beam live Moon pictures to Oculus users
(BBC News, October 21, 2014)
HP supercomputer at NREL garners top honor
(Phys.org, October 21, 2014)
Intuit Releases QuickBooks Online Accountant 2015
(CPA Practice Advisor, October 21, 2014)
Augmented reality startup Magic Leap raises $542M from Google, Qualcomm and others
(Fierce Wireless, October 21, 2014)

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Why do we gather information?

Since our inception, the Digital Dialogue Forum has been Washington's leading voice for technology. The Digital Dialogue Forum is a coalition of more than 75 cutting-edge technology firms and organizations. Its mission is to strengthen the dialogue between the technology sector and Congress, and promote the benefits of information technology and electronic commerce. We gather personal information to allow users to join the Digital Dialogue Forum and to provide members with important news on issues they care about.

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How we use the information we collect about you.

We use information we collect from you to register you as a member and to inform you of important information regarding your issues. We do not make your email addresses available to third parties (except for subsidiaries, subcontractors or agencies acting on our behalf in compliance with this Privacy Policy).

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Our Web site encrypts your credit card number prior to transmission over the Internet using secure socket layer (SSL) encryption technology. This technology works best when the site is viewed using Microsoft's Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator.

However, no transmission of data over the Internet or any other public network can be guaranteed to be 100% secure. Although we make reasonable efforts to safeguard your personal information once we receive it, we cannot warrant the security of information you transmit to us.

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