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."
New director acknowledges terrorists have changed behavior since leaks.
FCC wants to require captions on all online video clips from TV programs.
The board previously said the NSA's phone records collection program was illegal.
The U.S. went after the communications of nearly 90,000 foreign targets last year.
Consumer protection has been neglected, says the Government Accountability Office.
Top executives made the rounds at the FCC.
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.
Facebook manipulated users’ experiences for a new academic study.
Smaller tech companies say they’re losing business because of privacy perceptions.
Supreme Court ruled this week that the streaming TV company Aereo's operations were illegal.
The groups included the Electronic Frontier Foundation, Reddit and the Sunlight Foundation.
Republicans have said the plan involves disregarding state laws.
A coalition of privacy advocates have come out against a new Senate cybersecurity bill that critics...
The FCC’s airwave auction is “not a train wreck,” according to Commissioner Mignon Clyburn.