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Senate Passes Resolution for National Strategy on Internet of Things
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Arbor Networks, Cisco collaborate on DDoS protection
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HP, EC launch public sector cloud pilots in several European cities
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Sprint MVNO targeting seniors offers access to doctors
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Treasury official: Cyber crime is a major threat
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Google Fiber heading to Salt Lake City
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Intuit acquires Playbook HR for QuickBooks Online Self-Employed
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HP Helion Rack delivers pre-built cloud infrastructure based on OpenStack and Cloud Foundry
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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.

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