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Lawmakers are discussing a bill requiring public disclosure whenever political advertising with “deepfake” images, audio or video is distributed. Robocalls with simulated voices targeted more than 5,000 residents ahead of the presidential primary.
States are allocating money from the State and Local Cybersecurity Grant Program toward training, multifactor authentication work and encouraging a move to .gov domains. But funding is currently set to run out in 2025.
The state's information technology chief executive worries that any legislation crafted now may become obsolete and leave state regulators unable to deal with rapid societal advances brought by AI.
Denis Goulet plans to build up his state’s privacy, potentially using its cybersecurity program as a model. New Hampshire may also bring its popular “.Gov In a Box” offering to more local entities.
A Texas man and his company were responsible for thousands of illegal robocalls featuring the faked voice of President Joe Biden, state Attorney General John M. Formella said Tuesday at a news conference.
The New Hampshire Department of Education will cover the $4.8 million costs of’s 24/7 services for all students in grades four and up, including adult high school equivalency diploma candidates.
In the Granite State, the Department of Education will give grants to 77 schools for parts, tools, uniforms, transportation, coaches and whatever is needed to participate in K-12 robotics club events.
State election regulators have approved new voting machines for the first time in more than three decades. City and town officials will be able to deploy the new machines for municipal races starting in March.
Rockingham County law enforcement is taking proactive steps to protect officers who handle illegal drugs, while allowing them to quickly identify dangerous substances they encounter.
Gov. Chris Sununu’s executive order calls on the Department of Education and other state agencies to gather public input from students and families and develop guidelines for a social media curriculum by Sept. 4.