The cable industry is not known for its customer service — and Congress is asking why.
Uber says fingerprint-based background checks would discriminate against people of color.
The Pentagon will again invite tech experts to try to hack its systems.
"It would be reckless to expand this particular surveillance authority," Sen. Ron Wyden said.
The hacker has also posted porn on the ISIS account.
Tech companies have broad immunity from third-party content posted on their sites.
CBC members said they hope the company is taking the issue seriously.
Microsoft says the ruling for contractors will limit "corporate social responsibility" policies.
A video endeared him to Silicon Valley and millions of internet activists.
The FBI has not appropriately tested its facial recognition database, a watchdog report says.
A vote this week could preview the fight over surveillance reform in the coming months.
Marc Andreessen donated $100,000 to a group supporting Mitt Romney in 2012.
The complaints to the FCC were obtained by The Hill through a Freedom of Information Act request.
The strike lasted into its second month and ended earlier this month.
The company has had a hard time in China as of late.
The company is offering the credits after a gunman attacked a gay nightclub in Orlando.
Industry representatives don't want to let companies like Google make their own boxes for watching...
Republican Rep. Fred Upton said he will "stay in my lane."
John Brennan appeared to endorse legislation creating a commission to study the thorny issue.
Twitter said the effort generated over 500,000 tweets within its first 12 hours.
Holder is getting into the fight over driver background checks.
A vast majority of news sites receive the majority of their traffic from mobile devices.
The bill exempts small providers from certin transperency requirements.
The tools have already been in testing.