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Big Push This Month for More Widespread Cybersecurity Effort | San Francisco Chronicle

July 5, 2014
"Cybersecurity information-sharing legislation should be written such that only cybersecurity threat information is shared with the government, and it's done in a privacy protecting way," said Robyn Greene, policy counsel for the Open Technology Institute.

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Student Loan Deal May Have Unintended Consequences | San Francisco Chronicle

September 14, 2013

... law school, this could be $75,000 per year. Students with large debt loads could have some forgiven even if they end up making more than $100,000 per year, says Jason Delisle, director of the New America Foundation's federal education budget project.

Reviews of E-Reader Books, Sept. 1 | San Francisco Chronicle

August 30, 2013

In this fascinating story from the literary website the Millions, Konstantin Kakaes delves into an obscure scientific conundrum known as the Pioneer Anomaly that preoccupied a handful of physicists for decades. In 1972, NASA's Goldstone Deep Space ...

CalWORKs' Car Ban Keeps Families Poor

  • By
  • Aleta Sprague,
  • New America Foundation
  • and Judy Darnell, United Ways of California
May 24, 2013 |

'Who Owns the Future?' by Jaron Lanier

  • By
  • Parag Khanna,
  • New America Foundation
May 12, 2013 |
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Boston Bomb Suspect's Citizenship Bid Is Part Of Widening Probe | San Francisco Chronicle

April 22, 2013

The two brothers displayed an amateurish modus operandi, failing to disguise themselves from cameras, suggesting they were motivated by feelings of social alienation as immigrants in the U.S., said Philip Mudd, a former CIA deputy director in the ...

'Lean In,' By Sheryl Sandberg

  • By
  • Liza Mundy,
  • New America Foundation
March 8, 2013 |

So I was sitting at my desk with a copy of Sheryl Sandberg's "Lean In" at my elbow, procrastinating for a tiny minute before writing this review. I was leaning back, I admit, by checking Facebook. Glancing at the right side of the page, where Facebook inserts those tiny ads for things like wrinkle elimination and the Dr. Oz diet, I saw ... Sheryl Sandberg! "Are you leaning in?" she wanted to know, or her ad likeness did. Ack! No, I am not! Sorry!

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Seo: Syrian Authority's Cut Off Of The Internet Raises Fears Of A Possible ... | San Francisco Chronicle

December 1, 2012

However, it has been suggested by Sascha Meinrath, director of the Internet in a Suitcase project at the New America Foundation's Open Technology Institute, that having “a single Internet exchange point in Damascus that's been shutdown, as much the ...

White House Opens Door to Chamber for Fiscal Talks | San Francisco Chronicle

November 27, 2012

Maya MacGuineas, a spokeswoman for Fix the Debt, said her group is designed to expire after the debt problem is solved, while the chamber and others will endure. Fix the Debt is an offshoot of the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget, a bipartisan group that backs deficit reduction and of which MacGuineas is president ...

Republicans Signal Openness To Deficit Deal Without Budging | San Francisco Chronicle

November 8, 2012

“We really risk jeopardizing where we stand in the global economy by showing we can't govern,” said Maya MacGuineas, president of the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget, a bipartisan Washington group that backs deficit reduction. MacGuineas's ...

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