Franken asked Netflix CEO Reed Hastings to "gauge the risks posed by this deal."
"It's going to be a tough, tough, battle" for Aereo, and one that will kill the company if it loses, IAC Chairman Barry Diller told The Hollywood Reporter.
Another data theft was reported in the United Kingdom.
Their legislation would examine Internet and airwave language promoting hate crimes.
The FCC has a congressionally mandated revenue goal with the auction.
The Snowden links could make future acts of terrorism easier, Liam Fox said.
The Application Developers Alliance is beefing up its membership with the addition of Lyft and seven other new companies.
The Federal Communications Commission plans to auction off valuable low-frequency airwaves.
The wireless industry is launching a new effort to crack down on cellphone theft.
CTIA-The Wireless Association, a trade group, launched the voluntary campaign on Tuesday with commitments from Apple, Google, Samsung and the four national service carriers, among others. The effort comes as state and local lawmakers consider calls for mandatory "kill switches" on phones.
The head of a medical lab charged with letting thieves steal patient data is refusing to back down from his fight against the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).
A court’s decision this month to allow the FTC to pursue similar charges against the Wyndham hotel chain shouldn’t have much impact on LabMD’s campaign against the regulator, CEO Michael Daugherty said on Tuesday. He pledged to continue fighting the “bullies” at the agency to prevent them from regulating companies’ data security without explicit regulations.