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San Francisco police gain live access to private surveillance cameras

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San Francisco police will be able to access live video feeds of privately owned surveillance cameras after a board of supervisors vote.

Florida ban on foreign tech a DeSantis overreach, researcher says

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Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis' move to ban all governments in his state from buying technology from hostile nations is just grandstanding, one researcher told StateScoop.

California Gov. Newsom signs K-12 cyber reporting bill

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California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed legislation requiring school districts and local education boards to report cyberattacks to the state.

Texas Deputy CIO on the benefits of software-defined networking solutions

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John Hoffman says that SD-WAN offers capabilities to provide efficient and robust solutions across different agencies.

San Jose, Calif., partnership with crypto company Helium was a flop

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A crypto-mining operation that promised to pay the internet bills of 1,300 low-income San Jose households only generated enough to cover 86.

Georgia secretary of state replaces county's voting equipment after breach

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Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger is sending new voting equipment to Coffee County after video surfaced of a physical breach.

NASPO ValuePoint to test partnership with 'Yelp for government'

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NASPO ValuePoint, a cooperative purchasing platform used by state procurement officials, will incorporate reviews of government vendors.

AWS introduces 'smart city' credential

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A new "smart city" credential from AWS recognizes companies with experience deploying cloud-based solutions for cities.

Oregon DMV to offer video proctoring for driving-knowledge tests

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A state official said offering video proctoring for driving-knowledge exams will be more convenient for the public and unburden DMV offices.

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