David DiMolfetta

Washington, D.C.

Researcher focusing on cybersecurity and technology policy

Education: George Washington University, BBA in business analytics; Georgetown University, MS in business analytics

David DiMolfetta is a researcher for The Cybersecurity 202 and The Tech 202, the daily morning newsletters at The Washington Post keeping readers up to date on cybersecurity and technology policy. Previously, he covered AI, cybersecurity and technology policy for S&P Global Market Intelligence. He graduated from George Washington University in 2021 with a BBA concentrating in business analytics and is pursuing an MS in business analytics at Georgetown University. In college, David interned for S&P Global, Consumers' Bulletin, Voice of America and the Jerusalem Post.
Latest from David DiMolfetta

Tech giants racking up wins in antitrust battles

The FTC's defeat to Microsoft is the latest in a string of setbacks for critics.

July 12, 2023

Alleged cybercriminals had a busy day in court

Court developments on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean show prosecutors’ focus on cybercrime.

July 12, 2023

What secretaries of state are saying about a judge’s social media order

The comments came on the same day the judge rejected a Justice Department filing to stay the injunction. The Justice Department is appealing the ruling with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit.

July 11, 2023

Meta has its own ideas about AI regulation

Meta’s Nick Clegg talks AI risk, politics on Threads, and content moderation

July 11, 2023

Meta’s Threads is a competition conundrum

Could Meta’s new Twitter rival also deepen its antitrust troubles?

July 10, 2023

The cyber provisions to watch in the big defense bill

The debate over the annual defense policy bill features a slew of cyber proposals.

July 10, 2023

Will Hurd wants to ride his AI platform into the White House

The former congressman is betting on the issue being a campaign winner.

July 6, 2023

An interview with cyber-focused presidential candidate Will Hurd

Hurd discussed Chinese threats, how to protect U.S. networks, the international dynamic to cybersecurity and more.

July 6, 2023

Judge puts sweeping limits on government contact with social media

What you need to know about the ruling.

July 5, 2023

Cyber agency faces heightened scrutiny with social media lawsuit

It comes as GOP government officials take action against CISA over its efforts to counter disinformation and misinformation.

July 5, 2023