It's the first significant action by a privacy regulator since Safe Harbor was struck down.
An aviation funding bill in the House would prohibit voice calls in airplane cabins.
51 percent said they would not ride in one.
Washington’s tech policy wonks are celebrating an anniversary this week.
They say the agency uses inconsistant definitions for high-speed Internet service.
The ruling seems unlikely to have much effect.
The mobile carrier has been at the center of the net neutrality debate recently.
Rep. Hank Johnson is concerned about the effect of companies like Uber and Airbnb.
The hardware failure is preventing the agency from accepting electronic filings.
There are seven more "top secret" emails, according to Rep. Chris Stewart.
The FCC started work on the rules last year.
The agency is now in the near-exclusive business of shifting profits among corporate giants.
FAA says number of drones registered surpasses number of airplanes on record.
The authority came out against zero-rating, the lynchpin of Free Basics.
Happy anniversary, 1996 Telecommunications Act!
Tech companies are under pressure from Washington to combat terrorism.
The talks would allow British officials to serve wiretap orders on Silicon Valley.
The government has acted on all 22 recommendations made after the Snowden leaks.
Gun-shaped cellphone cases are a “ticking time-bomb,” Rep. Eliot Engel said.
The Pew survey found cable tops overall, but social media is dominant for those under 30.
Pilots wanted a ban on air shipments of lithium batteries that have been found to catch fire.
The bill has broad support, but has not moved despite years of trying.
The firm signed up 89,000 customers for its cable video service.
Agencies are playing catch-up from years of underfunded R&D, but there's reason for optimism.