Sen. Deb Fischer (R-Neb.) expressed skepticism Tuesday about federal regulatory efforts targeting...
The agency had received about 3.7 million comments by deadline, a spokesman said.
Online sellers will be required to ship merchandise within 30 days.
Government has requested more and more information on users’ communications from Google.
Rep. Brad Sherman is already worried about next year.
The FBI hopes the facial-recognition system will eventually replace fingerprint tracking.
A growing number of people have been demanding text-to-911 emergency services.
The move paves the way for easy passage by the time the existing law expires.
Big data can be a critical tool for finding and fighting discrimination.
Some fear American intelligence officials will be handicapped at a crucial moment.
The Senate Commerce Committee bill “would undermine free access" to TV, broadcasters wrote.
The threat is included in more than 1,500 pages of formerly classified papers.
The bill would protect people who write negative reviews.
Executives met with FCC commissioners last week in Silicon Valley.
“I think that’s going to be a very key topic over the next year or so," Tim Cook said.
The House on Monday passed a bill to authorize a program for law students to practice patent and...
Opponents of the Senate's NSA bill say it won't protect people's privacy.
The company is facing questions from Capitol Hill about privacy protections.
“If we are alert to the risks presented by big data, we can take steps to guard against them,” she...
Net neutrality will remain in the spotlight this week, both on and off Capitol Hill.
The company's move into mobile banking could bring it under federal scrutiny.
An NSA reform bill is currently stuck in the Senate.
The WifiForward study could aid arguments of people looking to free up more space for Wi-Fi.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein seemed confident the report would be out by the end of the month.