Companies like Uber and Lyft are employing large numbers of independent workers.
The former governor's 2016 bid drew a tiny reaction on the social media platform.
Only two percent of its workforce is black, according to recently released statistics.
She says the tech industry are "the ones drafting it."
A decision on the stay could come at any point.
U.S. prosecutors want to seize property from Kim Dotcom, including multiple jet skis.
Last-minute negotiations have unlocked a Pandora's box of possible amendments or revisions.
Ellen Pao alleges that she faced gender discimination at a storied Silicon Valley firm.
Snowden was mentioned nearly 40 times in the Congressional Record in May.
The FBI has been flying small planes with surveillance technology above dozens of cities.
Typo would be prevented from selling certain smartphone keyboards.
The step toward universal encryption comes in the wake of the Edward Snowden disclosures.
The Senate Judiciary Committee sent the bill to the floor in a 16-4 vote.
Twitter said Politwoops violated its developer agreement.
Democrats objected to three ammendments offered by Republicans.
“Social media is yet the latest tool exploited by terrorists,” according to the FBI
Financial firms handling bitcoins and other digital currencies will need to a "BitLicense."
The Senate Judiciary Committee will mark up the bill Thursday.
Obama signed the USA Freedom Act into law on Tuesday evening.
The Associated Press tracked more than a hundred such flights in the past few weeks.
The FCC wants to expand the Lifeline project to cover broadband service.
The bill comes less than a week after FCC chairman Tom Wheeler announced his plans.
Other queries after his campaign launch included “How old is Martin O'Malley?”
Sixty-one percent said they had gotten political news from Facebook in the previous week.