Elizabeth Weise, USA TODAY

Elizabeth Weise

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San Francisco, CA, United States

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  • Naples Daily News
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  • Indianapolis Star
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  • North Jersey News
  • Chillicothe Gazette
  • Knoxville News Sentinel
  • WKYC Channel 3 News
  • ABC10
  • NewarkAdvocate.com
  • Zanesville News
  • Coshocton Tribune
  • The Daily Advertiser
  • Lansing StateJournal
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Recent articles by Elizabeth:

You've bought the house, but the seller controls the lights. Now what?

Connected homes pose a quandary: locks, light and heat controlled by the former owner's apps. → Read More

Trump reps skip big cyber security conference, a break with past

The White House was expected to release its executive order on cybersecurity during RSA. → Read More

Yahoo notifies users of 'forged cookie' breach

Some Yahoo account holders are being notified that an intruder may have accessed their account without the need of a password. → Read More

Microsoft calls for 'digital Geneva Convention'

Tech companies must not aid in promoting cyber warfare, Microsoft president Brad Smith said. → Read More

It's 'Code Red' as cyber-security pros gather

The RSA computer security conference starts as cyber threats have become a household worry. → Read More

America First? There's a line to be second

For President Trump, one country and one country only is first — America. Which is why there's a long line of other nations begging to be second, and they're doing it in a series of very funny videos. → Read More

North Korea fires missile as tensions rise

North Korea fired an unidentified projectile into the sea off its east coast early Sunday local time. → Read More

North Korea fires missile as tensions rise

North Korea fired an unidentified projectile into the sea off its east coast early Sunday local time. → Read More

Yale drops slavery supporter Calhoun from college name

The university renames Calhoun College after trailblazing computer scientist Grace Murray Hopper. → Read More

Trump or Baldwin? Dominican paper gets it wrong

A newspaper in the Dominican Republic meant to run a photo of President Trump but accidentally ran a photo of Alec Baldwin doing his impression of Trump on Saturday Night Live instead. → Read More

What to do if immigration officers come knocking at your door

The American Civil Liberties Union advises not opening your door unless the agents can show a warrant signed by a judge. → Read More

Trump or Baldwin? Dominican paper gets it wrong

A newspaper in the Dominican Republic meant to run a photo of President Trump but accidentally ran a photo of Alec Baldwin doing his impression of Trump on Saturday Night Live instead. → Read More

Need some soothing? Listen to elevators talk

A Finnish company lets you listen in as its elevators send it real-time reports. → Read More

Arby's probes possible data breach of credit cards

Malware on cash registers allowed crooks to grab card info, says a security researcher. → Read More

Arby's probes possible data breach of credit cards

Malware on cash registers at Arby's fast food restaurants may have resulted in the breach of more than 355,000 credit and debit cards. → Read More

Trump lauds Intel's $7B plan to finish closed plant

The plant, mothballed in 2011, now will be completed to make Intel's most cutting-edge chips → Read More

Jeff Bezos to NY Post: Your sources' meds are off

Amazon's standard response to requests about anonymously-sourced stories is that it doesn't comment on rumors. → Read More

Immigrants started 3 retail cos. on the court brief against the Trump order

Chobani yogurt, KIND snack bars and Levi Strauss listed with Apple, Facebook and Google. → Read More

The 127 companies on the immigration amicus brief

The full list of companies that signed the brief opposing Trump's immigration executive order. → Read More

In filing, 97 tech companies oppose Trump's immigration ban

The filing represents a strong, united front of support against President Trump's plan → Read More