Lawmakers want to know agency policies for devices that track cellphones.
The nonbinding resolution would have countries protect Snowden from extradition to the U.S.
Rubio was the most searched-for candidate of the 10 in the main debate.
Sixty-eight percent of U.S. adults now own a smartphone.
10 percent of homes were tuned in, down from the debates on Fox News and CNN.
Bush and Cruz pushed people to their website during the Wednesday debate.
Emerging industries often turn to self-regulation to try to beat the feds.
A House subcommittee weighed several draft bills at a hearing Wednesday.
Groups such as ISIS have shown savviness with social media.
Facebook is under fire for its new Internet.org project in India.
A former Obama administration official will lead the Fantasy Sports Control Agency.
The bill was heavily criticized by advocates, however.
An earlier ruling found it conspired to raise the price of the books.
Civil libertarians are laying the groundwork for a protracted battle on Capitol Hill.
Companies are scrambling to find new ways to legally transfer data.
The judges deferred to Congress on allowing the surveillance to continue for 180 days.
One of the leading players wants "common sense, enforceable consumer protection" rules.
At stake is the future viability of the world's most important economic relationship.
Bush said the industry may be ripe for regulation, while Christie argued the government shouldn't...
Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) called it a "stupid idea."
An FCC commissioner said it would be prudent to hold off on a decision.
The panel consists of a senior judge, a rising star and one who previously ruled against the FCC.
Advocates won a number of exemptions to the DCMA.
The DOT said e-cigarettes can cause fires and explosions on planes.