“Clearly, the surveillance on Chancellor Merkel's phone was absolutely wrong,” Clinton said.
Sen. Al Franken said equal access to the Internet is a fundamental free speech issue.
Financial trade associations are throwing their weight behind a cybersecurity bill being considered...
More than 4 in 10 American homes have moved to cellphone-only service.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced Monday the teams it has assembled to review...
Rep. Alan Grayson said the agency needs to stop undermining online security.
Glenn Greenwald and others say Edward Snowden is not alone.
Two Kansas Republicans want to overhaul the program they say is biased toward urban schools.
Merkel said it would be a “clear contradiction” of trust if latest allegations are true.
“This is not something to overreact to or overspeculate about," the DHS head said.
Some industry insiders say executive actions from Obama are now their last, best hope.
In an interview, Clinton said she hopes Edward Snowden returns to the U.S.
Privacy advocates fear the bill will give more information to the National Security Agency.
A proposal from the FCC chairman would provide $5 billion for Internet service in schools.
Bay Area Dems say Silicon Valley must do more to hire women, African-Americans and Latinos.
A group of CEOs, from Facebook, HP and more, are pressing the FCC for billions for Wi-Fi.
The CIA sent a stream of posts marking its first month on Twitter.
The FCC is poised to vote later this week on the proposal from Chairman Tom Wheeler.
The YouTube notifications are reminiscent of notices that Netflix showed to users, sparking a...
Nearly nine out of 10 people are “incidental” targets.
Other countries invest in commercially oriented industrial R&D fields while the U.S. does not.
Its unclear if Chairman Wheeler has the votes to pass his Wi-Fi funding plan.
Privacy advocates want lawmakers to pick up the pace on NSA reform legislation.
The NSA is reportedly targeting people trying to download the privacy software Tor.