The official was allowed to work part-time at his old boss's cybersecurity startup.
Apple said it is aware of the attack but declined to point fingers.
The FCC is putting campaigns on notice not to abuse voters.
Commissioner Ajit Pai was "disappointed" that the FCC's roundtables were held in Washington.
Ashkan Soltani was appointed to replace Latanya Sweeney.
The company does not want the FCC to extend all of its cable rules to Web TV.
FEMA Administrator Craig Fugate is touting the benefits of having cellphone carriers enable FM...
The rise of connected devices is “sparking a number of important policy questions," lawmaker wrote.
The Center for Democracy and Technology is adding two big names to its roster.
Sen. Mark Udall's loss would be a blow for critics of the spy agency.
The actions are a “knowing and serious breach” of the social media giant’s policies, it said.
Critics are using “meritless” arguments against the team's name, a radio station claimed.
Clinton was campaigning for the leading NSA critic in Colorado.
House Science, Space and Technology Committee Chairman Lamar Smith (R-Texas) blasted a research...
If the senator has his way, the next Congress will look at patent trolls and email privacy.
The department had a backlog of 50,000 requests in fiscal 2013.
Science Committee Chairman Lamar Smith (R-Texas) suggests free speech rights are in danger.
The former San Francisco mayor said the legislation would up the city's cost of living.
"Cyberattacks are increasing in frequency and sophistication," SIFMA's president said.
TiVo fears it could be locked out of the market under new legislation.
The FCC is still drafting rules for net neutrality.
Study “seems to have come out of a George Orwell novel," a member of the FCC warned.
A top official is allowed to also work at the private firm co-founded by his former boss.
The case could decide the future of the Internet, companies warned.