Secret Service

Former federal officials question Secret Service records retention policy following deletion of Jan. 6 texts

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The deletion of Secret Service phone records around the time of the Jan. 6 Capitol riot raises wider questions about the collection of staff cell phone data by federal agencies.

Hicks reinforces DOD record-retention policies after allegations of Jan. 6 text message deletions

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Hicks published a memo reinforcing existing DOD record-retention policies around text messages and calling on the CIO to take action to ensure data is captured when devices are turned in.

Lawmakers blast DHS watchdog for abandoning Jan. 6 Secret Service investigation and covering it up

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“The Committees have obtained new evidence that your office may have secretly abandoned efforts to collect text messages from the Secret Service more than a year ago."

Lawmakers call on DHS watchdog to step aside from Jan. 6 Secret Service investigation

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Carolyn Maloney, D-NY and Bennie Thompson, D-MS, say Joseph Cuffari failed to notify Congress that the Secret Service had refused for months to comply with the watchdog’s request for information.

Secret Service provided only 1 text on Jan. 6 Capitol attack after phone factory resets

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The Jan. 6 committee wants proof the Secret Service secured and performed forensics on 24 employees' phones.

Cryptocurrencies compound federal efforts to curb federal fraud

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FBI, Secret Service, USCIS and National Security Council officials describe the unprecedented scale of federal financial fraud, and data tactics to prosecute it.

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