In Ukraine, USAID Created a Blueprint for Digital Citizenship. Now They’re Exporting It

The value of a USAID investment comes into sharp focus as Putin attempts to “win an information war in the Global South,” Samantha Power says.

The NSA Is Warning AI Startups: ‘China Is Coming For You’

In congressional testimony, intelligence leaders describe highlight China’s artificial-intelligence ambitions.

The Spread of Repressive IT Is a 'Critical Threat,' US Intel Chief Says

Democracies must band together against Invasive surveillance, spyware, online censorship, and mis- and disinformation, Avril Haines said.

How Tucker Carlson Helped Turn Americans Against the Military

The partisan firebrand told viewers that uniformed leaders were out to weaken the armed forces and the country itself.

Why the Pentagon’s Response to the Discord Leaks Won’t Fix the Problem

The Defense Department keeps too many secrets, uses old approaches to secret storage, and does not apply data-driven strategies to classification.

Could ‘Zero Trust’ Prevent Intelligence Leaks?

Army tech leaders say implementing the security guidelines would help keep secrets—and keep track of who knows them.

A ‘ChatGPT’ For Satellite Photos Already Exists

Using advanced generative AI and a massive dataset of Earth images, it’s possible to discover objects almost anywhere in just hours.

‘A War On Two Fronts’: Ukraine Takes On Corruption As It Fights Russia

Can the Pentagon’s inspector general satisfy skeptics while still rooting out corruption?

Lawmakers Blast TikTok CEO Over Data Privacy

At a House hearing, legislators took turns grilling Shou Chew about securing Americans’ data on the popular video-sharing app.

Delete TikTok by March 29, White House Tells Feds

The Office of Management and Budget responds to a congressional push to ban the popular Chinese social-networking app from government devices.

How The Navy Trains Its Info Warfare Officers Needs Work

The goal is to expand the training into virtual and synthetic environments in the next few years.

We Missed Social Media’s Dark Side. Let’s Be Smarter about the Metaverse

Think hard about the national-security implications of immersive virtual worlds.

Q&A: China's Vast Influence Campaign in Canada

In an interview with ProPublica, investigative reporter Sam Cooper describes how he unearthed scandals that have shaken the Canadian political system.

Foreign Meddling in US Elections Affects Allies’ Trust, Study Finds

When respondents were told that American democracy wasn’t working reliably, they lost faith in the U.S. commitment to partnerships.

Musk Has Reduced Twitter’s Ability to Spot Foreign Disinformation, a Former Data Scientist Says

Staff layoffs are just one way the new CEO has undermined the platform’s three-legged approach to the problem.

Russians Still Support the War But Are Less Certain What It’s About, Poll Finds

Majorities of those surveyed said that it's a good time for Moscow to begin negotiations.