Tech groups fear a patchwork of state laws could stifle development.
It was the lowest rated GOP forum this cycle.
Trump was the most-discussed candidate according to data from Facebook.
There is no indication the technical troubles are linked to hackers.
The former president's page has received more than 45,000 edits.
The results come even as social media sites like Facebook have been widely adopted.
Sen. Al Franken (Minn.) is asking for info on Google for Education products and services.
Topics like ISIS and Iran dominated chatter around the president's final State of the Union.
Obama made a few brief mentions of tech policy.
The reported teenager claims to have hacked James Clapper and his wife.
The agency is misusing redactions, the Oversight report says.
A government watchdog said pilots are too reliant on automation.
Company says it will appoint more minorities to its board and hire a chief diversity officer.
A new transparency report comes two months after the NSA ended its data collection.
The money will "accelerate the development and adoption of safe vehicle automation."
Donald Trump also continues to attract huge interest on the social network.
The suit charges Twitter allowed the "explosive growth" of the terror group.
"I'll call you back," Bush quipped to a voice on the line.
A GAO report couldn't identify companies that sell the tech to Iran.
Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.) is a former tech industry investor.
In his State of the Union address, President Obama discussed the threat of online recruitment.
Sen. Thune predicted opponents will not have the votes to strip the provision.
Other top issues include ISIS and criminal justice.
New Yorkers can still play on DraftKings and FanDuel while the courts weigh their legality.