New York's attorney general is investigating industry tactics.
Two online stores were shut down in the country last month.
Twitter can amend its lawsuit.
The company was last blocked in December for not turning over data in a court case.
Leaders expressed concerns in a letter to the commission's chairman.
The disclosure was inadvertently made in a redacted ruling.
Google and Facebook both sponsored events, too.
The legislation prohibits using software to buy massive amounts of tickets for resale.
Miriam-Webster says searches for the word Lucifer rose roughly 7,700 percent on Friday.
The chairman said that a new Comcast initiative helped make his point in the heated debate.
The DOJ says judges should be able to grant warrants for electronic searches in multiple locations.
The House Smart Transportation Caucus will focus on connected, self-driving cars.
Donations will go to researchers and an assistance fund for children.
The average price of an Airbnb listing in the Cleveland area is spiking for the RNC.
Critics say the demand infringed on her Fifth Amendment rights.
The billboards use location and shopping data from phones to target customers.
The case stems from the lawsuit Varsity Brands brought against Star Athletica.
Some have previously speculated that Craig Steven Wright developed bitcoin's underpinnings.
The Hill reviewed 850 complaints about bias that were filed with the FCC.
Advocates have put pressure on major companies in recent weeks.
The announcement is a potential indication of significant interest from television stations.
Unions said they were evaluating their options and the strike would continue.
The proposal would require wireless carriers to recognize real-time text.
The increase was almost solely attributed to a single image showing the devastation of the attacks.