Sen. John Thune said lawmakers should re-establish their role in setting policy.
A federal court on Tuesday upheld sweeping internet regulations.
Some agencies had lobbied against similar proposals.
The White House has said Obama will sign the bill.
Most Samsung devices run Android, and very few Android devices are encrypted.
The court threw out a rigid test when determining patent damages.
It is apparently the first time the feature was activated in the United States.
The GOP leader said he is concerned about the effect on copyright protections and small video...
Katja Seim is a professor at the Wharton School.
Carla Hayden currently heads Baltimore's public library system.
A June hearing will look into customer service and billing issues.
Senators pulled the bill from their calendar on Thursday, sounding a potential death knell.
An appeals court rejected their arguments.
The FCC's rules are some of the strongest ever written.
Proposed regulations could thwart planned expansion in the mobile advertising business.
Public interest groups released a tech policy platform on Monday.
Tim Cook's comments came at a major developer conference.
Leahy says Obama will sign the bill if it reaches his desk.
The FCC's proposal is an offshoot of last February's net neutrality rules.
The media company faces a $140 million judgment in a lawsuit.
The companies left Austin after losing a vote on background check laws.
Facebook and Apple received the largest benefits from the tax break.
But Twitter itself likely wasn’t hacked.
Republicans are critical of the transition away from U.S. control.