The White House is under considerable pressure to take a hard line with China.
Breyer said oral arguments make up only about 5 percent of the decision process.
Twitter is making it easier for campaigns to solicit donations.
Advocates say copyright holders cry foul on YouTube and Twitter too often.
Lincoln Labs says the federal procurement system is in need of an overhaul.
Tim Wu will reportedly take a sabbatical from Columbia University.
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A Temple University professor was accused of giving secret technology to China.
The move is part of an effort to rebuild trust after the Edward Snowden revelations.
The commission warned both companies that their policies violate robocall laws.
"The U.S. government has been hacked on numerous occasions," the super-PAC points out.
The FAA has signaled it will likely miss a Sept. 30 deadline for authorizing widespread drone use.
The Pope is scheduled to visit Washington, D.C., New York and Philadelphia.
The move comes under pressure from the German government.
Both FanDuel and DraftKings are reportedly valued at over $1 billion.
The high-profile Democrat said the technology would prevent drones from flying near airports.
The move is an attempt to bolster the company's autonomous-vehicle division.
The FCC said Lyft's previous terms of service violated the law.
Email privacy law is at the center of a legal dispute involving Microsoft.
The security software pioneer has dabbled in Russian roulette and fled authorities in Belize.
The 180-day clock is informal and frequently delayed.
The social network has hired three firms to lobby on a range of issues.
The flood of refugees into Germany has prompted an online backlash.
Lawmakers on the Senate Commerce Committee helped reach an accord on the contentious issue.