China's news agency reported Internet and mobile phone networks are down.
The heavily redacted oversight reports were made public on Christmas Eve.
Controversial movie will be available from 1 p.m. Thursday.
"We didn’t stop surge pricing immediately. This was the wrong decision," the company said.
The ride companies are facing new criticism from senators.
The wireless industry is out with new legal analysis.
Service has gone out at least twice since Monday's 10-hour blackout.
Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-Md.) reached out to Sony to help inform new data security laws.
Sony wants Twitter to crack down on people who share stolen docs.
The White House must hold the CIA director "accountable," says Rockefeller.
Users have been flooding the site to rate the shelved film.
Hood said he hoped "cooler heads" would prevail.
Some experts see platforms such as Twitter as a boon for activists.
Rep. Ed Royce said North Korean hackers have visited Moscow and Beijing for training.
Major theater chains have not committed to releasing the film.
Ireland filed a brief in Microsoft's challenge to a court order.
The missing comments opened a new front in the net neutrality fight.
The company has approved Christmas Day screenings after taking heat for pulling the film.
The FCC's public comment period closes on Tuesday.
The aide helped foster the House chairman's combative style.
The review will restart on Jan. 12.
A total of 226,788 website URLs have been "forgotten" in the European Union.
"Not stealing, but this is destructive attack," Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger said.
Senate Democrats urged Republicans to “preserve net neutrality principles” in the 114th Congress.