"It was a lot of cowardly comments," Rep. Emanuel Cleaver said.
AT&T is leading the so-called Robocall Strike Force.
The proposed settlement was worth as much as $100 million.
Tim Wu previously advised New York's attorney general.
Twitter touted efforts to eliminate "the promotion of violence or terrorism on our platform."
Customers in Pittsburgh will be randomly given free rides in auto-pilot vehicles.
Critics say the plans violate net neutrality principles.
The requirement goes into effect in October.
Twelve projects are slated to receive a total of $34 million in funding.
The goal is to create a driverless car with no steering wheel or pedals.
Google unveiled a new tool on Tuesday to help voters learn how to cast ballots in November.
The auction is using a first-of-its-kind methodology.
A Chinese telecom giant allegedly tried to circumvent export restrictions on Iran.
“No question,” Stein said when asked whether Assange was a hero.
The emails were about a looming FTC decision on an antitrust case.
The company is trying to combat harassment against its users.
Streaming high-definition video costs more.
The fallout could fan the flames of a fight over privacy legislation in Congress.
Reports put the figure between 10,000 and 14,000.
Google faces antitrust headaches around the world.
Civil liberties groups claim that Baltimore police are violating the Communications Act.
The change will take place "barring any significant impediment."
Rep. Jackie Speier is the sponsor of a bill to combat "revenge porn."
Snowden said he believed the hack was a warning shot to the NSA from the country.