The Obama administration is worried cops are getting locked out from critical evidence.
The company blamed the disruption on an internal malfunction.
The government tried to compel Times reporter James Risen to testify.
Sharyl Attkisson has sued the Obama administration for $35 million.
The new caucus is aimed at getting more women, minorities and veterans into the tech sector.
The phone company was accused of failing to investigate why some calls to rural customers were not...
New Snowden documents detail a program, "BADASS," that collects mobile app data.
The social media giant faced a nationwide ban if it didn't follow the court order.
A former employee shot himself outside the company’s New York headquarters on Monday.
A top White House tech aide is heading to an industry lobbying group.
The commission will consider changing the definition of broadband Internet.
Congressional Republicans see patent reform legislation advancing “early this year.”
Obama calls for regulatory structure one day after drone crashes on White House South Lawn.
Forty years later, ex-staffers on the spying committee say it's time for a repeat.
The DEA is using license-plate trackers and sharing the info with state, local agencies.
The California-based bitcoin exchange comes days after a similar New York-based exchange launched.
Regulators may block state laws limiting municipal broadband networks.
The discovery of a drone on White House grounds on Monday shows the need for Federal Aviation...
A bipartisan pair of lawmakers is putting the pressure on Congress to pass an online sales tax bill.
Web activists are starting to count down to new net neutrality rules.
The FCC is considering a increase for its definition of standard broadband Internet speeds.
It’s time for Congress to get down to business.
Companies see a potential windfall in eased trade restrictions.
The changes come after privacy concerns about consumer data on the website.