The director also raised fears that ISIS could pose a cyber threat.
The event in the House will be the first public congressional inquiry into the Sony hack.
The moves formalize an arrangement that has been long expected.
Rep. Greg Walden wants the chairman of the FCC to work with Congress on new rules.
Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger said the Sony hack could lend new momentum to CISPA.
“It is important to highlight that we really started this trend," Snowden said.
What's wrong with using every available legal avenue to protect intellectual property rights?
President Obama has called for treating the Internet like a public utility.
Intel will invest $300 million to bring more women and minorities into the tech sector.
Such hacks have fueled lawmaker concern about the digital currency.
FCC’s Sohn pushes for public utility treatment of Internet.
The Internet Association said the FCC should avoid excessive regulation, however.
The legislation passed the House by voice vote last Congress.
It would bar the feds from requiring "backdoor" security gaps in mobile devices.
The new rules would aim to help responders locate people who dial 911 from cellphones indoors.
Consumer advocates are concerned the FCC will cave into repeated requests from industry to loosen...
Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger is out as the committee's ranking member.
Aaron Swartz took his own life in 2013.
As Democrats muster opposition to "fast lanes," Republicans target public utility rules.
The noncontroversial bill became an apparent vehicle for punishing a Speaker vote defector.
"The North Koreans don’t have a sense of humor,” the Director of National Intelligence said.
A pair of congressional Democrats is introducing legislation to ban “fast lanes” online.
“These potential benefits are immense, but so too are the potential risks,” FTC chief said.
CEO Lowell McAdam said chatter that a deal is in the works is "really not accurate."