Websites should not be able to end in “.sucks,” the Senate Commerce Committee chairman said.
The financial regulator is cautioning investors about the risks of dealing with bitcoin.
The House Judiciary Committee will hear proposals Wednesday for a system that would allow states to collect a sales tax on purchases made from out-of-state retailers. Currently, a state can only collect a sales tax from residents’ online purchases made from retailers with a physical presence in that state.
The House voted Tuesday to require the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to operate more transparently, including by ensuring public input on regulations.
Google made it too easy for children to download apps and rack up big bills without their parents’ consent, according to a new class-action lawsuit.
The lawsuit, filed in a U.S. district court, is similar to charges from the Federal Trade Commission about Apple, which were settled for $32.5 million worth of refunds in January.
Masayoshi Son, CEO of SoftBank and chairman of Sprint, thinks the U.S. needs to fix its wireless market.
Compared to most other countries’ wireless markets, U.S. subscribers pay more for worse service, Son said Tuesday, speaking at an event hosted by the Chamber of Commerce.
Librarians and civil rights advocates are both urging the Supreme Court to set limits on warrantless searches of people’s cellphones.
Chambliss said the last obstacle is a liability protection provision.
The NSA leaker said the senator's outrage over alleged CIA spying was "concerning."
Vice Adm. Michael Rogers said the NSA needs to protect civil liberties and privacy.