Days after the streaming TV service Aereo announced it was suspending its operations, one company...
Rep. Alan Grayson wants the FCC to do something to protect people’s phone calls.
A government privacy board formally endorsed the NSA's online spying of foreign citizens.
The analysis said NSA programs are legal and show “no trace” of “illegitimate activity."
The Federal Communications Commission is touting a new proposal from Chairman Tom Wheeler to get...
Rep. Lee Terry has released a draft bill aimed at curbing threats from “patent trolls.”
Treasury Secretary Jack Lew said Tuesday that he will continue to press China toward changing it...
Congressional Democrats took their support for new Internet regulations back home to Vermont.
Chief executive Chet Kanojia asked supporters to “raise your hands and make your voices heard.”
The Washington Post obtained documents leaked by Edward Snowden.
Congress set a deadline for the agency to expand drone use by 2015.
Tech industry groups are openly resisting the possible nomination of Phil Johnson.
Like Apple, Amazon has been accused of making it too easy for children to make purchases.
Federal and state courts allowed more than 3,500 wiretaps in 2013.
Regulators are investigating whether Facebook’s experiment violated data protection laws.
Privacy advocates want documents from the spy agency.
Recent hacks are causing customers to grow distrustful of major businesses.
Regulators say the company reaped millions of dollars from unauthorized text messages.
The agency faces a September 2015 deadline set by Congress.
Leahy is raising pressure on regulators to keep net neutrality rules.
As a result, a lawsuit against the Web giant will proceed in a lower court.
But intelligence officials denied conducting "backdoor searches" of communications.
Virtual currency bitcoin is now legal in California.
Sen. Al Franken said the information disclosed still leaves Americans "in the dark."