The senator's battle against media consolidation is quickly becoming his signature issue.
Mozilla has chosen former Chief Marketing Officer Chris Beard to be its interim CEO, after former chief executive Brendan Eich left amid controversy over his past political donations.
Google is considering giving encrypted sites a boost in search result rankings, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Privacy advocates are criticizing the administration's response to the "Heartbleed" glitch.
The Washington Post and The Guardian shared the public service award.
Retailers are creating a new system to share information and help fight cyber threats.
The National Retail Federation announced on Monday that the new platform, modeled after a financial industry forum, is scheduled to be up and running in June. Once operational, the information-sharing and analysis center should help stores beef up their defenses against hackers.
T-Mobile will no longer charge customers high overage fees if they use more minutes, texts and data than allotted in their monthly plans, and it's pressuring the other major wireless companies to do the same.
"Charging overage fees is a greedy, predatory practice that needs to go," T-Mobile CEO John Legere said in a statement Monday.
Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) did not mince words in describing his opposition to the deal.
Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Patrick Leahy is hoping to advance a complex bill.