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.
Republicans believe new Internet regulations will harm investment
John Koskinen stressed that phone tracking "can only be used with a court order."
A European court invalidated the previous agreement that governed data transfers.
Congress had ordered the agency to legalize drones by Sept. 30.
Sen. Jeanne Shaheen said drones have been interfering with firefighters.
New York's attorney general is questioning Verizon, Time Warner Cable and Cablevision.
The agency owned technology also used by the FBI, DEA and NSA.
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.
The company is seeking to use drones to make deliveries.
A discussion draft of the budget deal includes provisions launching a sale of federally controlled...
Increasingly, working with regulators means making deals and offering concessions.
Advocates say a bill designed to protect net neutrality includes major loopholes.
Social media companies are partnering up for the 2016 primary debates.
The EU released formal charges in April.
House Republicans say the new rules could stifle broadband investment.