Many fear the FCC could use its new authority to regulate the Internet.
Lawmakers are pledging close scrutiny of the Comcast deal with Time Warner Cable.
Republicans close to being first political party to enter a new era of domain name endings.
Sen. Tom Carper (D-Del.) on Friday called the move by the Conference of State Bank Supervisors an "important step" toward protecting the financial markets from the influence of virtual currencies and other types of emerging payment systems that are not controlled by a government.
Study would have asked journalists about “news philosophy,” the way they select stories.
Rep. Marsha Blackburn introduced a bill Friday that would keep the Obama administration from taking another stab at net neutrality rules.
The Tennessee Republican announced that she would be introducing the bill on Wednesday, when Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler said that he would be attempting to rewrite the agency's net neutrality rules.
Dropbox is the latest member of the anti-NSA tech coalition.
Intellectual Ventures is ramping up its presence in Washington.
The U.S. Postal Service wants to put Apple co-founder Steve Jobs on a stamp.
A Democrat on the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is pushing Congress to pass data privacy laws.
Speaking at Princeton’s Woodrow Wilson School on Thursday, FTC Commissioner Julie Brill called on Congress to pass three privacy laws, including one that would require transparency for “data brokers,” or the companies that track consumers for marketing purposes.