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Follow the conversation on social media and get involved in Capitals Pulse, the online hub for all things Capitals, as Washington takes on Montreal at 7 p.m. on CSN.
Tim Berners-Lee, the scientist who’s largely credited with creating the World Wide Web, issued a stark warning on Friday about the trend of surveillance that’s been springing in the Internet.
Mark it on your calendars: The U.S. Air Force aims to have laser-based fighter jets by 2030.
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For the first time, people in New Jersey will be able to click a mouse or swipe a screen to gamble online.