Eric Geller is the Morning Editor and a political reporter at the Daily Dot. In addition to running the site in the early morning hours, he writes about technology policy, including cybersecurity, surveillance, encryption, and privacy. He reports from Washington and handles most of the site’s regulatory, congressional, and judicial coverage. He is interested in—some would say obsessed with—'Star Wars,' Twitter, and puns.
Reps. Will Hurd and Ted Lieu tell their colleagues to up their cybersecurity game
Wouldn't we all feel more comfortable knowing our representative used WhatsApp?
Apple's Tim Cook and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently discussed encryption
Modi apparently urged Cook to accept limits on encryption by saying it would help stop cybercrime.
Donald Trump scores NRA endorsement, promises to end gun-free zones
Trump also falsely said that Hillary Clinton 'wants to abolish the Second Amendment.'
Conservative senators call for a stop to U.S. secession of control over key Internet functions
'The proposal will significantly increase the power of foreign governments over the Internet.'
Senators introduce bill to block 'dramatic' changes to electronic search warrant rules
These lawmakers say there's more to this obscure rule change than meets the eye.
Justice Don Willett, one of Trump's top Supreme Court picks, totally hates him
One of his potential nominees called him 'Darth Trump.'