Men use tablets and laptops to check news at a coffee shop in Hanoi in 2014. Today almost half of Vietnam's population of over 95 million have access to the Internet. A new and controversial cybersecurity law goes into effect nationwide Tuesday.
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A 2-year-old waits between her father's legs as he and other voters cast their ballots at a polling station set up at Grady High School in Atlanta on Election Day. The state is one of a handful that still use voting machines that don't provide a paper record.
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Voters cast their ballots in August among an array of electronic voting machines in a polling station at the Noor Islamic Cultural Center in Dublin, Ohio. The machines were manufactured by Elections Systems and Software, the largest manufacturer of voting equipment in the country.
The National Security Administration campus in Fort Meade, Md., where the U.S. Cyber Command is located. Acting Homeland Security Adviser Rob Joyce said Monday he would leave the White House to return to the NSA.
The Global Mobile Internet Conference in Beijing in 2016. The Chinese government has released its first paper on cyber policy, which defends state control of Internet access in the country.
President Obama meets with members of his national security team and cybersecurity advisers in February. Homeland security adviser Lisa Monaco and Office of Management and Budget Director Shaun Donovan are at right.
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The Democratic National Committee headquarters in Washington, which also houses the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee. The computer networks of both the DNC and DCCC have been hacked; investigators say Russia is the likely culprit.