Many of the GOP proposals hark back to the net neutrality debate.
The committee is gearing up for a June hearing on the subject.
Surveillance reform legislation is expected to speed through the House.
“We all make mistakes,” the attorney said of Jim Clapper's controversial testimony.
The CBO cautioned that it does not provide cost estimates for classified programs.
Viacom, CBS and others want to keep their business deals secret.
The presidential candidate doubled down on his opposition to the USA Freedom Act.
Unlike other White House hopefuls, Sanders got his website for a song.
It wants to make sure its business model isn't threatened by cable and satellite companies.
Most called for Congress to pass reform.
Members of the Judiciary Committee expressed reservations about the legislation.
The decision could strengthen the hand of Capitol Hill’s civil libertarians.
Trade group CTIA released a study on the economic impact of licensed spectrum.
“I'm tired of extending a bad law," Sen. Ron Wyden said.
Telecom companies can now request a stay in court.
Christie also urged lawmakers to reauthorize the Patriot Act.
“In our judgment your handling of this matter has undermined that confidence."
Bill has a less hostile name than its House counterpart, which names the Koch brothers.
Campaign committees spent $278,000 on rides during the 2014 cycle.
Supreme court justice has suggested its third-party doctrine is outdated.
Clinton had previously dodged taking a firm stand on the NSA.
“I commend the federal courts for upholding our Constitution," he said.
“We have to have the ability to monitor these communications,” he said.
The program "exceeds the scope of what Congress has authorized."