Senior Executive Editor, Center For Digital Government
U.S., South Korean Government Web Sites Attacked
July 07, 2009 - FTC site crashed for a time.
Washington Counties to Launch Video Voter Guides
July 07, 2009 - Voters will also be able to click on any of the candidates appearing on the ballot to watch, listen and read a statement directly from the participating candidates.
Michigan Juries Banned From Using Electronic Communications
July 07, 2009 - Begins Sept. 1.
Emergency Notification System, Not Sirens, Alert Residents of Train Derailment, Fire
June 24, 2009 - New siren signals might be confusing to residents.
Nevada Controller Proposes XBRL-Based State Business Portal
June 23, 2009 - XBRL is an XML-based independent, royalty-free standard which stores data and its relationships in a manner that can be read and processed by computers and software.
Web Site Helps Coordinate National United We Serve Initiative
June 21, 2009 - The United We Serve Web site will help volunteers find projects in their communities and exchange stories about projects that make a difference in their communities.
Bozeman, Mont., Rescinds Password Requirement for Job Applicants
June 21, 2009 - Practice "appears to have exceeded that which is acceptable to our community."
Yogurt Talks, the Chips are Silent: Europe Outlines Actions to Promote "Internet of Things"
June 18, 2009 - Also addressing IPv6, to allow enough IP addresses to handle the billions of objects expected to connect to the Internet.
China Relaxes Computer-Filter Edict
June 16, 2009 - While manufacturers must still install the Green Dam software on computer hard drives or have it available on installation CDs, consumers are not required to use it.
Real ID Version 2 Introduced in Congress
June 16, 2009 - "The PASS ID Act takes positive steps toward addressing state legislatures' implementation challenges with the REAL ID."
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