“The compromise of celebrity information should signal the beginning of a big debate."
FCC officials will testify later this month.
Paula Blizzard is the new deputy chief of the commission’s Enforcement Bureau.
They are pushing Obama to declassify the legal opinions behind a spying program.
The FBI is investigating the hackers who posted photos of Jennifer Lawrence and others.
The trip was sponsored by Rep. Steve Stockman, who called it a “breakthrough event."
The White House is giving new information about the minds behind the U.S. Digital Service.
Julius Genachowski has been appointed to President Obama’s advisory board for intelligence.
The job has been empty for more than a year.
A TV reform coalition thinks CBS's rejection of its ad should draw lawmakers' attention.
Todd Park will be tasked with bringing the best and the brightest tech leaders to Washington.
The AFL-CIO is warning the FCC not to get rid of its blackout rules.
The video giant wants to overturn state laws that prevent cities from expanding services.
About two-thirds of FCC comments warned against deals to speed up some Web access.
The FCC won a case challenging its method for reimbursing some companies.
The invite comes after weeks of staffer abuse of the user-generated encyclopedia.
Calls for him to resign over Senate spying lost steam over the summer recess.
The FCC may block state laws that limit city-owned Internet services.
A top Google executive is reportedly in the running for the next U.S. chief technology officer.
The tech giant is following rival Amazon and testing a drone delivery fleet.
Carl DeMaio says his proposal is about "personal freedom."
New rules would expand protection of children's privacy on the Internet.
“I’ve helped force their spying on Americans out into the open,” Udall says.
A report promised that new technologies could make transportation cheaper and greener.