He penned an op-ed in Wired.
After the FTC closed its case, Google is now in the cross hairs of European regulators.
Bush said keeping the programs in place was "the best part of the Obama administration."
One GOP lawmaker is hinting at opposition to a new plan in the House.
Effort spearheaded by Sen. Franken says deal would bring "higher prices, fewer choices."
Amnesty International says the White House has turned a blind eye to a Senate report.
Sixty percent of U.S. millennials said they had heard or read about the NSA leaker.
Lawmakers in an Energy and Commerce subcommittee will vote on the TROL Act.
The agency is using a blue anthropomorphized recycling bin to get kids to recycle.
The late-night host has become increasingly influential on tech policy.
Gigi Sohn has been a powerful voice at the FCC.
The bill would reauthorize portions of the law set to expire.
As many as five new people have stepped up to give classified information to the press.
The bill will be placed on the Senate's calendar without going through the committee process.
Named for Aaron Swartz, a digital activist who took his life while facing data theft charges.
The bills follow the FCC's approval of net neutrality rules, which Republicans opposed.
Google's lobbying touched on topics ranging from surveillance reform to immigration.
The Pew poll found 5 percent believe the government is very effective at sharing.
The average Web user can get a slice of Google's file.
Critics say the new bill doesn't adequately protect people who use copyrighted works legitimately.
Ethan Czahor resigned after it was discovered he had sent tweets disparaging women.
“We might just be able to stop this deal," Franken wrote in an op-ed.
The $42 million project will offer resources to 100 cities.
Lawmakers are expected to unveil new legislation to rein in snooping.