House lawmakers are eyeing new plans to continue the fight over government surveillance.
Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) says 2015 is the year for patent reform.
Senators are close to unveiling legislation to fight so-called patent trolls.
Senate GOP leaders raised the prospect of renewing the Patriot Act without changes.
Lobbying spending dropped for many major tech and telecom trade groups in the first quarter.
Google’s critics are basking in news that European regulators are charging the tech giant.
Lawmakers hope to pin Michelle Lee on the Innovation Act, which she has yet to endorse.
The head of the FCC emerged relatively unscathed.
Regulators are taking a victory lap after the NFL's move.
Regulators have plans to “fix” a legal loophole that helped Dish Network get billions.
The FCC chief sets off on a marathon string of five hearings in nine days in Tuesday.
Tom Wheeler may be riding high now, but he’s about to face a whole lot of criticism.
The House appears to be moving towards quick passage of the USA Freedom Act.
Groups are concerned about requiring regulators to prove "bad faith."
Opponents of the merger claimed a “huge victory” Thursday after reports it would be scrapped.
The tech industry is going to be keeping watch as the House takes up two cybersecurity bills.
The tech industry is rallying around Thursday’s unveiling of “fast-track” trade legislation.
It seems like all corners of the telecom world are getting involved in the case.
Net neutrality is about to poke its head into the Senate’s budget “vote-a-rama."
Tom Wheeler is eyeing his fifth and final congressional hearing in the last week and a half.
Democrats worry the FCC budget could be the source of the next funding cliff.
With one contentious hearing in the books, Tom Wheeler gets to do it again.
Internet service providers say the fight will be settled by the courts or Congress.
The Senate Commerce Committee will take a deep dive inside FirstNet.