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.
Other candidates can petition for similar time under the FCC's equal opportunity rules.
Obama signed up for Twitter earlier this year.
At issue is whether police need a warrant to obtain cellphone records about a person's location.
Comcast is expanding plans to impose broadband limits on even more customers.
A consumer group filed a petition on the issue earlier this year.
The U.S.'s third-largest cable company will pay $595,000.
A number of high-profile car hacks have thrust the issue into the limelight.
Privacy is one unfinished piece of the net neutrality order.
The bill will get a markup in the next few weeks.
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.
"The loss of constitutional freedoms for even one day is a significant harm," a judge ruled.
The case concerns the Android smartphone operating system.
The Facebook CEO has a history of giving to candidates on both sides of the aisle.
A discussion draft also includes other provisions aimed at bolstering mobile broadband.
The research could go toward self-driving cars or other robotics projects.
It comes amid concerns about federal law enforcement using planes for surveillance.
Five new markets will be capped starting in December.
The company will post notices of political action committee donations within two days.
Sen. John Thune said it couldn't get past Obama's veto pen.