A group of senators wants the Justice Department’s help to ban online gambling.
Wireless companies are "cramming" bills with unauthorized charges, the staff report says.
A bipartisan group of House members wants to reform the way the government buys information...
Lawmakers want limits on schools and companies that share information about students.
Sprint and T-Mobile are unlikely to announce their rumored and highly anticipated merger before...
Rep. Eshoo says FCC should consider data cap practices as it rewrites net neutrality rules.
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler is getting involved in the fight over which...
Users are more worried about financial and shopping data than hiding porn viewing habits.
Facebook has announced plans to collect data on users when they're on other websites.
The House on Monday passed a bill to direct the Department of Homeland Security to develop a...
Online dating site OKCupid is admitting to experimenting on its users.
FTC is taking aim at "mobile cramming," where third parties bill consumers.
The court's decision to toss out some software patents led to a shakeup at the PTO.
“You’re going to be hearing from granddaughters and grandsons," said a trade group leader.
In an emergency, law enforcement could obtain tracking data to locate a person.
The Democratic leader pledged to fight the "inevitable Republican attack" on the new rules.
For civil libertarians, it's the best hope for reining in the NSA this year.
The livestreams of C-SPAN channels will soon require a cable or satellite subscription.
Wyden, Udall say Leahy's NSA bill doesn't go far enough.
Critics say the NSA is hurting U.S. businesses, American foreign policy and security online.
The House on Monday passed a bill to require federal agencies to ensure that their websites are...
Eight L.A.-area House Dems are worried about a dispute over showing Dodgers games.
The office claimed that the FCC has no way to measure how the deals affect its larger policy goals.
A new report says government spying corrodes the way lawyers and the media work.