"The more I talk to people on the outside, the more convinced I am it was the right thing to do."
The FCC is reportedly leaning toward throwing up a new procedural hurdle.
An effort to restrain government surveillance is encountering resistance in Congress.
A couple of lawmakers are looking for hackers’ help.
A bill targeting abusive demand letters passed on a party-line vote.
“I want to know if they pick up the phone,” said former Rep. Mike Rogers.
As many as five new people have stepped up to give classified information to the press.
The bill will be placed on the Senate's calendar without going through the committee process.
Named for Aaron Swartz, a digital activist who took his life while facing data theft charges.
The bills follow the FCC's approval of net neutrality rules, which Republicans opposed.
Google's lobbying touched on topics ranging from surveillance reform to immigration.
The Pew poll found 5 percent believe the government is very effective at sharing.
They say an amendment has the potential to harm social media and e-commerce sites.
An intraparty battle on Capitol Hill and among White House hopefuls is brewing.
Appropriations Chairman Hal Rogers said his panel made “tough choices.”
A handful of critics have filed lawsuits against the net neutrality rules.
The bills would increease the exchange of hacking data between the feds and private sector.
He penned an op-ed in Wired.
After the FTC closed its case, Google is now in the cross hairs of European regulators.
Bush said keeping the programs in place was "the best part of the Obama administration."
One GOP lawmaker is hinting at opposition to a new plan in the House.
Effort spearheaded by Sen. Franken says deal would bring "higher prices, fewer choices."
Amnesty International says the White House has turned a blind eye to a Senate report.
Sixty percent of U.S. millennials said they had heard or read about the NSA leaker.