Lawmakers are coming under pressure to oppose part of a must-pass satellite TV bill.
AT&T's CEO had a rare personal conversation with the head of the FCC.
The online black market, like its predecessor, specialized in selling drugs.
Mike Rogers will retire at the end of the year.
FWD.us wants supporters to back Obama's use of executive authority on reform.
People will be able to donate to three organizations.
The app allows users to test if encryption software is protecting their data.
Republicans have incentive to deal with the thorny issue now.
The ban violated the freedom of the press, the group says.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation is changing leadership for the first time in more than a decade.
Eight races remain uncalled in California.
Sen. Mark Udall has been a vocal critic of government spying programs.
At least 43 employees were laid off at its Boston.
An official said patents are not a "license to engage in deception."
One coalition urges a focus on giving people access to broadband Internet service.
The FCC may disrupt the principles that have governed the way the Internet has always worked.
CBS began streaming a free, live, online news channel on Thursday.
The project dates back to 2011 and is funded by the federal National Science Foundation.
Groups want FTC to take a second look at its decision to approve a merger of "data brokers."
All but two of the seven candidates backed by MayDay Pac lost.
Rep. Lee Terry (R-Neb.) conceded Wednesday afternoon.
Marijuana was the most talked about topic on the social network.
Fred Upton staved off a loss against his Democratic challenger.
Sen. Mark Pryor is the chairman of a Senate technology subcommittee.