The U.S. government plans to relinquish a technical oversight role.
Justices said they fear a ruling on the TV service Aereo might affect other companies.
Opponents say the merger could squeeze out broadcast competition.
Comcast slammed Netflix for its opposition to the proposed $45 billion deal to combine Comcast and Time Warner Cable.
"Netflix's opposition to our Time Warner Cable transaction is based on inaccurate claims and arguments," the company said in a statement late on Monday.
The founder of Russia’s answer to Facebook announced that he had been fired on Monday.
Netflix told shareholders the deal would give Comcast too much market power.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is warning Chicago lawmakers against a bill that would put limitations on software-based car services like Uber and Lyft.
While the bill currently under consideration could help protect consumers, "certain provisions ... may unnecessarily impede competition in these services without providing any apparent consumer protection benefits," the agency said in staff comments.
The Federal Communications Commission is coming under pressure for its attempt to raise the minimum amount that companies can charge for basic phone service and still get a government subsidy.
The commission’s “rate floor” is scheduled to go up from $14 to $20.46 this year, despite protest from members of both parties.
The Federal Aviation Administration said Monday that its first site for testing the possibility to allowing nonmilitary drones to fly alongside commercial airplanes is ready to go.
The site, in North Dakota, is one of six that are expected to be used by the FAA to test the impact of the operation of drones on commercial flights.
The FAA is scheduled to test drones in North Dakota for two years.
A dozen privacy and anti-secrecy groups are calling on the Obama administration to develop tougher computer security standards.
In a letter on Monday, the groups urged the Commerce Department’s National Institute of Standards and Technology...