Sen. Mike Lee said some fear the Comcast deal could put "political content" at risk.
In previous interviews, Clinton has refrained from criticizing Snowden.
Comcast and Time Warner Cable executives are headed to Capitol Hill on Wednesday.
The House Commerce Privacy Working Group met with Federal Trade Commission (FTC) officials Tuesday as part of an ongoing series of meetings to examine online privacy that began last fall.
The group, led by co-chairmen Reps. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) and Peter Welch (D-Vt.), met with Democratic Commissioner Julie Brill and Republican Commissioner Maureen Ohlhausen to discuss the agency's role in protecting online privacy.
A slew of left-leaning and consumer advocacy groups are urging lawmakers to oppose Comcast’s proposal to buy Time Warner Cable for $45 billion.
Rep. Jared Polis (D-Colo.) is likely the first member of Congress to own bitcoin.
Rep. Lee Terry (R-Neb.) said is working on a bill to address demand letters from “patent trolls.”
“These bad actors are arrogantly manipulating the intellectual property system—and they’re getting away with it,” he said Tuesday, during a hearing on the topic held by the House Commerce subcommittee on Trade, which he chairs.
The Senate Judiciary Committee's consideration of Chairman Patrick Leahy's (D-Vt.) patent reform bill, scheduled for Tuesday afternoon, has been pushed back again.
The markup of the Patent Transparency and Improvements Act, authored by Leahy and Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah), has now been pushed back three times as committee members negotiate the contentious provisions being considered.
The attorney general pledged to bring additional proposals to Congress.
In 180-page notice, Comcast lays out arguments for the Time Warner Cable deal.