President Obama on Thursday signed five cybersecurity bills into law.
The FCC is standing behind its count that 3.9M public comments were submitted.
The FCC voted 3-2 on Thursday to increase the cap on the E-rate program.
The Senate Judiciary Committee will take up the nomination of Michelle Lee.
With just hours left, many lawmakers do not know how they will vote.
The FCC is will begin its largest spectrum auction since 2008.
Obama’s call for the strongest possible rules renewed a debate roiling for months.
The FCC released a bulk file of more than 2.5 million public comments.
A research department studying Twitter trends is criticizing "misleading information."
Democrats and consumer interest groups had high praise for the FTC and the FCC.
The FCC is holding its final roundtable on net neutrality on Tuesday.
Senators moved to reauthorize a satellite TV law after removing their most ambitious reforms.
It remains to be seen whether the studio has other plans for releasing the film.
Verizon, Apple and Cisco are among the firms backing Microsoft's case.
The FCC will consider a plan to boost funding for school and library Internet.
An update to the Freedom of Information Act squeezed through the Senate Monday.
The net neutrality debate is sparking a new fight over polling on the contentious issue.
Lawmakers are getting back to work. Here's what the tech sector is watching...
A district judge issued a preliminary injunction against the company Thursday.
Spending on lobbying was up at many tech companies last quarter.
Michael O'Rielly expressed gratitude after Obama nominated him to fill a full five-year term.
The 9th Circuit will hear arguments on the legality of national security letters.
The bill gives new protections to people’s emails and other data stored in the “cloud."
Critics of the proposed $49 billion merger filed formal comments with the FCC to block the plan.