An Uber vehicle.
Uber, Lyft and Via are trying different approaches to comply with the cruising time limit. 
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A close-up of New York Police Department Commissioner James O’Neill.
The commissioner is trying to quell concerns following a recent New York Times report.
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Daniel Christiansen of Splunk, Stu Solomon of Recorded Future, John Shegerian of ERI, Kenneth Carnes of the New York Power Authority, Liat Krawczyk of Cyber NYC, Richard Jacobs of the FBI’s New York Office and moderator Pano Yannakogeorgos at City & State
An expanding cybersecurity workforce can’t automatically rely on young professionals to flock to open positions at government agencies.
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U.S. Sens. Michael Bennet, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand and former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julian Castro during the second round of Democratic presidential primary debates.
“First thing I’m going to do when I’m president is, I’m going to Clorox the Oval Office,” Gillibrand promised.
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Buses in New York City.
The accelerator program is intended to solve public transit issues with new products and technologies.
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Long-delayed and controversial plans to merge mobile carriers T-Mobile and Sprint are still on hold.
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Facial recognition technology.
The No Biometric Barriers to Housing Act builds on growing suspicion of technology like facial recognition and its flaws.
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The storefront of the now-closed New York City department store Lord & Taylor.
The tech company may be looking for office space in New York City (again).
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A biometric clock.
The technology, however, isn't impervious to abuse.
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Census.
An online census could negatively impact those who are low-income.
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Annie McDonough
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