Kevin McGrann has been with Speaker John Boehner since 2006.
Two groups have already filed lawsuits over the commission's net neutrality rules.
Capitol Hill appears unlikely to push for prosecutions on current or former CIA officials.
Matthew Taylor Mellon II is heading to the Chamber of Digital Commerce.
“It kind of feels like the dinosaurs won,” said one tech industry lobbyist.
The drone industry is ready for its close-up.
Congress has found a new battleground for mud slinging.
Privacy advocates hail the ruling as a powerful check against the prying eyes of government.
Lawmakers are singing the praises of new online courses that are reducing costs and freeing...
Asked if the NSA suffers from a perception problem, the former director said “absolutely.”
Obama administration’s survey has shown potential for discrimination, according to Podesta.
Police shouldn’t be able to search people’s emails without a warrant, privacy and civil liberties...
“It will be the Rand Paul campaign’s version of ‘The Truman Show,’ ” said an aide.
Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger is out as the committee's ranking member.
Supreme Court will weigh whether authorities must prove intent to punish Internet threats.
The votes of three potential candidates could spill over into the GOP primary.
Legislation reining in the spy agency is headed to the Senate floor.
The consumer board’s practices have raised questions about privacy from conservatives.
An avalanche of net neutrality comments hit the FCC.
Lawmakers are pushing for changes to the copyright licensing system.
The tech giant and a competitor had agreed not to hire each other's workers.
Fault lines are forming in the fight over new proposed net neutrality rules.
The defeat was revealed in top-secret court documents declassified on Friday.
While most countries are signing on to a new agreement on Internet governance, Russia and Cuba have...