A coalition of industry groups are calling for "urgent discussion" with the Chinese government.
The president will propose raising discretionary spending by $74 billion.
Broadband Internet just got a lot faster — at least as far as the government is concerned.
The apparent retaliation came after a subscriber in Spokane, Wash., tried to cancel.
The remarks coincided with the annual Data Privacy Day.
The changes were announced after an organizational meeting Wednesday.
The FAA warned that flying a drone over the big game is illegal.
The head of the Senate Intleligence Committee wants a controversial report back.
Sens. Patrick Leahy and Mike Lee plan to reintroduce legislation in the "coming weeks."
The Internet activist killed himself after being charged under Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.
Two Republican senators are hoping to shine a spotlight on the Commerce Department’s moves to hand...
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency is taking the incident "very seriously."
The senator argued legislation to rein in so-called patent trolls is still necessary.
A weeks-long sell-off of the airwaves earned the government a record $44.9 billion.
The FCC wants to be able to find people who dial 911.
FAA to announce new drone regulations as soon as Friday.
Sens. Chuck Grassley and Patrick Leahy have asked to be briefed on the program.
The South Dakota senator said the current net neutrality debate highlights the need for changes.
The FTC accused TracFone of running deceptive ads and throttling high-data customers.
A software update will block DJI drones from flying around downtown Washington.
It's the first major evidence of a Canadian mass surveillance program.
Last year, Franken questioned the company on its privacy policies.
"They sell that information to any number of people," Rep. Dan Newhouse (R-Wash.) said.
Federal regulators are putting companies on notice not to block personal Wi-Fi hot spots.