The Obama administration gathered U.S. citizens’ Internet data until 2011, continuing a spying program started under President George W. Bush that revealed whom Americans exchanged emails with and the Internet Protocol address of their computer, documents disclosed Thursday show.
Gov. Martin O’Malley has launched an initiative releasing a wide variety of state data to the public online.
Maryland auditors say a database of state land acquisitions to preserve agriculture has not been tested for reliability.
A pretrial hearing for the Army private accused of leaking government secrets continues at Fort Meade. The same day, Congressional Intelligence Committee leaders turn a spotlight on leaks from within.
Legislation has passed in the U.S. Senate that would mandate the installation of black box data recorders.
As comebacks go, it’s off the charts. Researchers are finding a population explosion of blue crabs in the Chesapeake Bay.
State police in Maryland and Delaware have teamed up with hopes of sharing data on scrap metal sales and cracking down on the trade in stolen metal on the peninsula.
Most streams in the Chesapeake watershed are in poor condition, according to data released Monday by the Chesapeake Bay Program.
Maryland’s largest county is approaching a population of 1 million, and the population of the state’s largest city has fallen by nearly 5 percent in the last decade.
Maryland will receive the detailed Census data that’s used to redraw congressional district boundaries next week.
Baltimore city agencies will soon be making more data available to the public.
Maryland officials for the last seven years have used inmates to process Social Security numbers and other personal information from low-income residents receiving medical benefits, a state audit revealed.