A Raleigh software developer is tracking internet usage by members and staff of U.S. Congress, White House and the Federal Communications Commission
A Raleigh software developer is tracking internet usage by members and staff of U.S. Congress, White House and the Federal Communications Commission Mark Wilson Getty Images
A Raleigh software developer is tracking internet usage by members and staff of U.S. Congress, White House and the Federal Communications Commission Mark Wilson Getty Images

This Raleigh techie is tracking the web sites visited by Congress, White House

August 07, 2017 05:04 PM

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