She says mass surveillance has become a "dangerous habit rather than an exceptional measure."
The public is largely supportive of the Supreme Court’s 9-0 ruling.
Neflix's CEO declined to appear at a hearing on online video, according to Jay Rockefeller.
The Pentagon warned its reliance on Russia for an engine leaves the space program vulnerable.
“Our cyber defenses are not yet where they need to be,” the Treasury chief said.
The Senate passed a bill Tuesday that would allow consumers to “unlock” their cell phone in order...
Officials cited technical issues as the original deadline on Tuesday neared.
Tech stocks plunged after Janet Yellen said some firms appear "substantially stretched."
Advocates want Obama to take a stand on bills they say would unbridle the NSA.
Officials working to protect the nation from online threats are casting a wide net as they seek to...
What does the Supreme Court’s ruling on Aereo mean for the future of copyright law?
A bipartisan trio wants to know why people can’t sign more federal government forms electronically.
Company officials say it's "a mistake" to let local governments create Web networks.
The proposal would keep regulators from modifying state laws on Internet access.
One spy agency is looking for a new chef who can fry, bake and keep a secret.
“It’s basically look before you leap,” said Rep. Greg Walden.
A tech advocate wrote that everyone form “parents to policymakers” needs to address diversity.
Sheldon Whitehouse is raising alarms about hackers that take control of people's computers.
Comcast issued a quick apology for a customer service call that went viral.
Senators want the FCC to reconsider how it regulates Internet providers.
An avalanche of net neutrality comments hit the FCC.
German officials investigating the NSA are mulling using manual typewriters.
Companies aren’t waiting on Congress to ensure that the billions of dollars in electronic payments...
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is putting together a team to crack down on fraud in...