The tool to archive lawmakers' deleted tweets was pulled earlier this year.
The organization has not said what they believe motivated the hackers.
Twitter has regularly faced accusations that it doesn't do enough to combat harassment.
The NSA swept up conversations between Netanyahu and U.S. lawmakers.
The program follows similar moves by major tech companies including Google and Microsoft.
Beijing says international critics are being "hypocritical."
Law enforcement cannot acquire the evidence it legally seeks, said Sen. Richard Burr (R-N.C.).
DraftKings and FanDuel are coming under increasing pressure.
The Internet Association warned that T-Mobile appears to be "throttling" video traffic.
Native ads have become increasingly common online.
The new system comes ahead of Christmas, when many are expected to purchase drones.
The senator is pushing back against Tim Cook's comments on encryption.
Outlook users will now be informed if the government tries to hack their email.
The Trump Filter is open-source and available for free.
The private sector is taking steps to combat online piracy and complement government efforts.
The lawsuit claims class-action status.
Zuckerberg says everyone deserves free Internet access.
Tech groups and President Obama had concerns about the bill when it was in draft form.
The files include 16 pages of emails related to the Benghazi attacks.
Agencies asking for back doors to encryption will instead make cyberspace more vulnerable.
Facebook, Google and Twitter have all taken similar steps this year.
House Democrats say the company's labor practices warrant closer scrutiny.
Uber has reportedly linked the breach to an executive at the rival service Lyft.
"Apple pays every tax dollar we owe," Tim Cook said.