Technology

From L to R, Annie McDonough, Archana Jayaram, Michael O'Boyle, Aziz Ahmad, Clam Lorenz, Walei Sabry.
Dragging government agencies into the 21st century in order to build a more tech-friendly city is often tedious, unsexy work.
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data privacy
Experts weigh in on where New York stands in bolstering cyber defenses in both the public and private sector.
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Pier and Long Island City at sunset, seen from Gantry Plaza State Park, Queens.
There's no shortage of policy proposals inspired by the deal-gone-wrong.
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The ongoing legal battle between city officials and the home-sharing company continues.
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U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer.
The U.S. Senate Minority Leader called for a probe of the Chinese state-owned company CRRC.
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Person working on a laptop.
A new bill would require state contractors to use work-monitoring software. Some fear privacy risks.
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personal data illustration
The bill would allow individuals to request and receive access to personal information collected by government agencies and contractors.
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Lyft.
New York Lawyers for the Public Interest suggests various app-based ride-hail companies operating in New York aren’t doing much to make things accessible.
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Moderator Vanessa Grellet, Sandra Ro, Assemblyman Clyde Vanel, Karen Bhatia and Jalak Jobanputra speak at Smart Cities New York.
Assemblyman Clyde Vanel joined government officials and industry experts on Wednesday to talk about use cases for blockchain.
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James Barnett, Julie Samuels and moderator Annie McDonough of City & State at Smart Cities New York.
Despite the loss of HQ2, New York City is better positioned than Silicon Valley to tackle the challenge of public sector engagement.
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