Most recently served as staff director of the House subcommittee overseeing the DHS's cyber work.
Reclassifying broadband as a utility would have "significant consequences," he says.
The former official used the online anonymity network Tor to hide his activities.
The new website seeks to streamline the process of filing a complaint.
Tough rules would be bad for business, Rep. Marsha Blackburn said.
David Buckley is leaving his post for an "opportunity in the private sector."
Rep.-elect John Ratcliffe (R-Texas) is a former U.S. attorney.
About one in three people reported owning a smart device separate from a phone.
Menendez wants North Korea placed on list of state sponsors of terrorism.
Here are five items lawmakers and tech advocates hope to move in the new Congress.
The details of the FCC's net neutrality proposal are not yet known.
The fast food restaurant said it's working with an IT security firm.
Sharyl Attkisson claims she was hacked for pursuing stories critical about Obama.
The eight-page letter seemed to respond to many of the senator's concerns.
A senior Commerce Department official is stepping down to work for a Washington law and lobbying...
The 12 channel package will include ESPN.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein wants more eyes on the CIA.
The online exchange Bitstamp believes it was hacked on Sunday.
Three-quarters say they worry about government surveillance.
The Facebook chief may push people to read more political science and theory.
Frustrations mount over Supreme Court's refusal to allow video recording of oral arguments.
2014 was full of frustrations for the tech industry.
The system will be in place by 2016 as the court makes electronic filings standard.
Leahy, Grassley say FBI recently changed its legal policy on key technology.