The lawsuit comes a day after Clinton defended her use of a personal email account.
The White House just built a bigger digital fence.
Lawmakers are nowhere close to a deal to renew provisions of the Patriot Act.
The CIA reportedly worked with the Justice Department on phone-scanning technology.
Netflix is calling up Frank Underwood to go to bat for net neutrality.
The patent office was without a confirmed leader for more than two years.
A group of eight House Democrats is calling for drivers for ride-hailing services like Uber and...
The White House is launching a grant program to put more people in high-paying tech jobs.
Corporate investment in workforce training has declined significantly the past two decades.
We can look forward to years of litigation and regulatory uncertainty.
The spy agency is making its biggest changes in years.
The civil liberties group is siding with Daniel Snyder in his trademark fight.
The former governor said personal and public email in Maryland is subject to disclosure.
Coinbase is joining a major Internet industry lobbying group.
A pair of House Democrats is cheering on the new court battle.
The program offers Internet connections at a reduced price for low-income families.
The popular website claims NSA spying violates core constitutional protections.
The FCC is being pressured to push pause on the transition.
By contrast, 34 percent of Republicans are following the email story.
He said the next president “needs to be good with people, not just technology.”
Jeb Bush is sticking to the party line on net neutrality.
The Senate is slated to approve the first female director of the Patent Office.
The agency's open meeting this month is going to be a lot less high-profile than last month.
The article jokes about his sorrow following last year's defeat of an NSA reform bill.