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NSA director wants gov't access to encrypted communications

The U.S. should be able to craft a legal framework to let government agencies read encrypted data, NSA director Michael Rogers says.

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Republican FCCers call for delay in net neutrality vote

But the agency's chairman says he intends to move forward with Thursday's meeting

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Twitter speaks up for FCC net neutrality plan

Keeping the Internet open promotes free speech and helps the US economy, Twitter said

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The Upload: Your tech news briefing for Monday, February 23

Judge dismisses Android apps antitrust case ... Other apps use the same vulnerable technique as Superfish adware ... and more tech news

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Startup Flex Logix aims to score big in a niche chip market

Flex Logix will come out of stealth mode with a new type of FPGA chip to speed up specific applications

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Facebook, other tech firms face pressure from drivers over work conditions

The increased unionization of drivers reflects unease about growing inequality in Silicon Valley

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Edward Snowden documentary Citizenfour wins Oscar

Edward Snowden shook up the US security establishment with revelations of NSA surveillance

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Box buys Airpost, a startup that keeps tabs on cloud app use

Airpost says it can turn rogue apps in enterprises into productivity assets

Nvidia slapped with lawsuit over 'misleading' GPU claims

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Some customers say the GTX 970 doesn't perform as well as advertised

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Republican lawmakers investigate White House net neutrality push

Republicans want to know whether the Obama administration influenced the FCC's proposal

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Sensors and lasers will help Volvo's self-driving cars stay on the road

The cars will be packed with loads of technology to ensure a safe trip

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Apple, Japan Display said to discuss new iPhone screen plant

A new facility would add capacity for a struggling iPhone screen maker

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Google worried US could use amended warrant rule to search computers abroad

The changed rule would extend the authority of federal judges to issue warrants for searching computers