Despite the size of the hack, the bank said personal and financial data was not stolen.
Facebook sets data ethics guidelines in the wake of controversial research on its users.
YouTube launched a new website to get government officials making videos.
“It is well past time that Congress acted," Gov. Jack Markell said.
The FCC unveiled an information package it’s going to start shopping around to broadcast companies.
The FDA issued new cybersecurity recommendations for healthcare companies.
Emails seem to show Rep. Mike Honda's staffers mixing their campaign and official work.
A survey found that the vast majority opposed the notion of “fast lanes” on cellphones and tablets.
An FCC commissioner is scheduled to hold a new forum in Texas.
Privacy advocates are accusing the FTC of lax oversight.
The applicaton allowed people to secretly spy on others' cellphones.
New documents detail the key role the order plays in authorizing NSA’s operations.
A privacy organization is suing CIA to obtain details about how it spied on Senate staff.
If approved, Comcast would have “unprecedented control” over the market, critics warned.
Verizon backed down from its plans to slow data speeds for heavy users.
Since May, Joseph Clancy was the executive director of Comcast Cable Security.
The top lawyer for Republicans on the House Energy and Commerce Committee has to work at a boutique...
Civil liberties organizations have reacted to the measure with stiff opposition.
“We would hope that technology companies would be willing to work with us," Holder says.
FCC weighs petition to pull license of a D.C. radio station over its use of the name.
The unanimous vote came over the fierce objections of the NFL.
The drone industry is ready for its close-up.
Trade group TechNet is bulking up its staff with a new vice president for membership.
A battle is brewing over control of the little-known system used to route millions of calls.