Wyden and others believe a reauthorization of the Patriot Act provides an opportunity.
The new statement makes clear that the pressure is on Congress.
Google, Apple and Facebook are joining forces with the ACLU.
An FAA waiver was "obsolete" by the time Amazon received it, it said.
Republicans could attack the net neutrality rules through the FCC's budget.
There could be some shake-up in the tech sector.
The legal action aims to strike down the FCC's tough new net neutrality rules.
Sens. Chuck Grassley and Patrick Leahy are still waiting for answers.
The "Internet of Things," connecting devices, cars, and homes is raising concerns.
The bill mirrors a White House proposal from earlier this year.
FCC Chairman Wheeler heads to Capitol Hill for a second week of testimony.
The fissure over reform legislation reaches all the way to party leadership.
The measure would clarify ownership of information collected by vehicle data recorders.
Russell Slifer formerly led the Patent Office’s location in Denver.
A fight is breaking out about who can call themselves a doctor on the Internet.
The Surveillance State Repeal Act would overhaul spying laws like no other NSA reform effort.
The announcement sparked conversations among 2.2 million people.
The state says the FCC's order is "contrary" to the Constitution.
The FCC hasn't issued penalties to TV stations for indecency since 2008.
The FCC killed its blackout rules for TV last year.
The Obama administration wants to get rid of bureaucratic hurdles that slow down companies.
Cruz doesn't control TedCruz.com.
“I think there’s a little bit of a tug of war happening in the government,” analyst says.
The telecom industry is turning to K Street in an effort to override FCC rules.