The FCC previously voted to override two state laws that limited the buildout of city-run broadband...
Minor corrections were announced Thursday that affected opening bid prices.
President Obama appealed to online businesses as part of his campaign to sell the TPP.
The move follows a heated electoral battle over the service's future in San Francisco.
The company argues some airlines are withholding price and flight information from third-party...
Senate Commerce Chair John Thune is moving quickly on two tech bills.
The claim game in a letter to the commission's chair.
The move is thought by some to be a threat to net neutrality.
The Republicans argue the rules have "short-circuited" the policy debate.
Some warned that a negative ruling could be used to revive the failed Stop Online Piracy Act.
A new Pew Research study analyzed more than 1 million apps in the Google Play store.
The NSA is on track to end its controversial bulk collection of phone records on Nov. 29.
Republicans running for the White House say President Obama has been too soft.
Sen. Rand Paul said he's had trouble explaining the issue to his presidential rival.
The centers will be overseen by a German company to help address privacy concerns.
The program to move applications online is years past due and over budget.
New York's attorney general says the fantasy sports site is illegal gambling.
A 19-year-old was arrested on charges of making a “terrorist threat.”
The appeals court delayed a judge’s order to halt the agency's controversial data collection.
"It looks like it was ISIS," said Rep. Will Hurd, a former CIA official.
Government assistance and the economy were also among the top political issues discussed in the...
The move is part the a trend of U.S. companies choosing to store EU data overseas.
The rides will be used to get veterans to work or job fairs.
A letter to 24 federal agencies asks about "StingRay" cellphone trackers.