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The Internet Safety Act would require all providers of an "electronic communication service" to log user accounts for two years for later police convenience.
The vulnerability opens system to remote code execution but only affects certain versions of the database software.
Nearly five years after inheriting an IT program fraught with disaster and dramatically turning it around, CIO Zalmai Azmi announces his resignation.
Some politicians are still haunted by the tens of millions of taxpayer dollars wasted on a failed project in recent years and seek assurance it won't happen again.
Director Mueller's suggestion this week that "legislation has to be developed" for Internet monitoring and thwarting of illegal activities raises more questions than it answers.
Director says he wants laws to give FBI power to monitor private-sector networks, going beyond existing system that conducts surveillance of .gov networks.
Transcript of FBI Director Robert Mueller's appearance before a House committee, where he said that "legislation has to be developed" to allow federal police to identify "illegal activity" online.
Demonstrating that the push by the Bush administration for laws forcing Internet companies to keep track of their customers didn't end with Alberto Gonzales' resignation, the FBI and some members of Congress are reviving the idea.
GOP leaders hope to force a vote on a controversial rewrite of surveillance laws that would, if it became law, wipe out pending lawsuits against AT&T and others.
Steffen Mueller, an ex-Google product manager from Munich, Germany, unveils his own version of Web search with a dash of the social.