The House voted down a key measure on Friday.
The federal government is also making the secure standard its default.
The House Judiciary Committee advanced the bill to the floor in a 24-8 vote.
A court denied a request for a stay, clearing the way for the new rules to begin.
Lawmakers are scheduled to reconvene a markup later Thursday afternoon.
The Federal Trade Commission said the man never refunded his donors.
Critics fear an oversight board could be left toothless.
Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.) said federal data security challenges will "exponentially grow."
Both sides worked out a compromise this week.
Germans are wary of large-scale data collection.
The bill would permanently extend the ban on taxes for Internet access.
Foreign customers are leaving U.S. tech companies because of surveillance concerns.
The U.S. Appeals Court for the D.C. Circuit rejected a lawsuit from broadcasters.
Paypal has come under fire again from federal regulators over its robocall policy.
Dick Costolo has faced criticism about whether the company is delivering enough revenue.
Lawmakers aren’t done reforming the nation's spying laws.
The House is set to vote Friday on granting Obama trade powers.
The 17-year-old also helped a fellow teenager travel to Syria to join the group.
Senators introduced legislation to give the FCC more authority.
The FCC's net neutrality rules are scheduled to take effect on Friday.
The reduction would be more than double the amount Congress cut for 2015.
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Apple is encouraging developers to employ a layer of security when creating apps.
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