Democratic senators say the CIA is trying to redact too much information.
Why should we continue to subsidize places that a private firm will serve without subsidies?
Microsoft and the DOJ are squaring off in a case with drastic ramifications for digital privacy.
The CIA’s admission that it broke into Senate computers has created a firestorm.
Supporters say it's the first time a law was changed because of a White House petition.
Sen. Richard Blumenthal says the agency needs “broad and systemic” changes.
An FTC report warns that apps keep important information from consumers.
The action is a formal rebuke to House leaders for quietly slipping a controversial measure on "...
Federal Trade Commission Republican Joshua Wright is pushing back on the agency’s recent work to...
The House Intelligence Committee wants to change the way the government buys spy satellites.
French telecommunications company Iliad is has made an offer to purchase T-Mobile.
Snowden's lawyer said he expected an answer "today or tomorrow."
The FCC wants to quash their plans for partnering up in next year’s airwave auction.
“Remember, these weren’t Senate computers, these were CIA computers at the CIA,” he said.
Tech companies question if the proposed rules go beyond FCC's jurisdiction.
He said the CIA's snooping on the Senate is "an affront to our republic."
“I have full confidence in John Brennan,” Obama said.
John Brennan has kept Congress in the loop, Saxby Chambliss said.
HP violated the False Claims Act, the government asserted.
The New York Times editorial board is calling for an overhaul at the CIA, after an investigation...
Sen. Mark Udall said there "must be consequences" for the spying on Senate computers.
But is the solution more regs, or just better enforcement?
The CIA improperly hacked into Intelligence Committee computers, it now concedes.
Senate Finance Committee Chairman Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) called on the Senate to pass a short-term...