“We must never return to any semblance of that time," Tim Cook writes.
The tough net neutrality rules adopted by the FCC are under attack.
The case was closely watched in Silicon Valley.
Verizon's CEO said existing telecommunications laws and regulations are “outdated and broken.”
Two groups have already filed lawsuits over the commission's net neutrality rules.
"You want to be the pebble in the pond that creates the ripple for change," Tim Cook said.
"We now have someone to watch those that are watching us,” a U.N. official says.
Rep. G.K. Butterfield said the FCC has been "politically driven" on net neutrality.
Some opponents have worried about safety impacts of the switch.
Both Sens. John Thune (R-S.D.) and Bill Nelson (D-Fla.) will back the new version.
Regulators are pushing back against concerns about their oversight of the Internet giant.
One regulator seems to be hinting that Twitter's behavior is anti-competitive.
New legislation pushes back against government access to personal data stored on US corporation...
Agencies are worried the legislation could force the release of sensitive information.
"He’s just really just been a champion," one industry lobbyist said.
A confidential checklist reveals a point system employed by the agency.
The measure was entirely symbolic, but nonetheless represents some bridging of the partisan divide.
Indiana is the latest state to enact the controversial law.
Ted Cruz's campaign launch saw the 21st-century version of passing rude notes during class.
The FCC eliminated its blackout rules last year.
A "clean" reauthorization of parts of the Patriot Act couldn't pass, Rep. Schiff predicted.
The bill would give federal agencies a cut of the profits.
Treasury charged that PayPal violated a myriad of U.S. economic sanctions.
Some members of Congress seem intent on instigating an interagency tug-of-war.