The Judicial Redress Act is critical to a pending transatlantic data transfer pact.
The groups want the FCC to follow the FTC's approach.
Patrick Leahy wants other departments to adopt FCC's new higher Internet speed benchmark.
At first glace, the FCC's recent set-top box proposal appears to be pro-consumer, but is it?
The Senate is expected on Thursday to send a customs enforcement conference report to President...
Twitter had essentially killed off Politwoops last year before reversing course.
Director of National Intelligence James Clapper will give the warning to Congress.
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 company's plan does not go as far as regulators had demanded.
Lawmakers have taken umbridge with the actions of Backpage.com and its CEO.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration sided with the tech giant.
Reps. Ted Lieu (D-Calif.) and Blake Farenthold (R-Texas) want national standards.
The budget request is $3 billion more than agencies were given in 2015.
Obama has called for $4 billion to train teachers for computer science.
The Open Government Foundation said communications and staffing need to be updated.
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.