Pai says power limits and guard band will prevent interference with GPS.
Facebook isn’t the only Silicon Valley firm with partisan oversight of what we see: the bipartisan billionaire class and their security state have partnered with tech firms since the dawn of the internet to control the parameters of users’ thinking.
Each year, Congress approves hundreds of billions of dollars for the US defense budget—but the real number exceeds $1 trillion.
According to United States government documents, since 1998, the Office of the Inspector General has reported $21 Trillion in unaccounted for defense spending.
According to a new report, the Department of Defense spent $250 million on Avon Protection Systems’ M53A1 gas masks.
The Pentagon has failed to properly manage and account for $2.1 billion worth of parts for Lockheed Martin’s F-35 fighter jets, a new government watchdog report reveals.
The FASAB’s SFFAS 56 rule apparently allows federal officials to fake public financial reports.
The US has 95% of the world’s foreign military bases, with personnel in more than 160 countries. But the Pentagon is leaving hundreds of outposts out of its official reports.
As the Pentagon continues to chuck billions of dollars into a seemingly bottomless pit with no oversight or audit, vital federal programs that help the poor, elderly, and disabled — not weapons contractors — continue to suffer massive cutbacks in resources and constant funding difficulties.
Two departments of the US federal government may have spent as much as $21 trillion they can’t account for between 1998 and 2015, a professor at Michigan State University has found.
Since 2012, the United States, three other countries, and three Libyan armed factions have continued air operations there, conducting at least 2,158 airstrikes, including drone attacks, according to a new report released Wednesday.
Google’s TensorFlow AI systems are being used by the US Department of Defense’s Project Maven, which was established in July last year to use machine learning and artificial intelligence to identify and analyze objects in the vast amount of footage captured by US drones.
A Pentagon agency failed to properly keep track of more than $800 million in construction projects, according to Politico.