Congress is embarking on a new fight over the Internet.
The fight is about to spill into the open on Capitol Hill.
Obama briefly mentioned the issue last year.
“While some have moved on ... I haven’t,” Obama said.
He sidestepped several hot-button issues, including the Keystone pipeline and gun control.
The release comes after theaters refused to show the movie, fearing threats of violence.
Sen. Brian Schatz rises to the post at a critical time.
Amazon says the current draft places too many limits on the FCC's authority.
Former GOP Commissioner Robert McDowell wants the agency to defer to Congress.
In five months, key provisions of the Patriot Act are set to expire.
Sony shouldn't have released the movie simultaneously online and in independent theaters, the trade...
Hackers were caught snooping on Microsoft's email site, Outlook.com.
Service providers have long maintained they are committed to the principles of net neutrality.
The head of the Senate Intel Committee wants the White House to hand over its copies.
Obama wants astronaut Scott Kelly to Instagram his year in space.
Obama called on Congress to pass the White House's slate of cyber legislative proposals.
In a brief portion of the speech, Obama vowed to protect a "free and open Internet."
A woman had sued over the use of her image and name by a DEA agent.
ESPN and Viacom were fined.
Facebook users talked about terrorism more than any other issue in recent days.
The social media giant had an impact of $100 billion on the U.S. economy.
Currently, a patchwork of state laws faces companies experiencing a data breach.
Companies are eyeing satellites, drones or other ways to connect people to the Web.
Emails from journalists at The New York Times and BBC were swept up.