The FBI Director said the technology would "allow people to place themselves above the law."
The agency wants to crack down on high fees prisoners pay to call their families.
The move could give a major shot in the arm to the use of non-military drones.
The news comes after Google, Facebook and Yelp have said they have or are likely to leave ALEC.
The addition adds another major company in the “sharing economy” to the Internet Association.
Lawmakers are already preparing ways to protect against the scourge of data breaches.
The leaker was honored for his “courage and skill" in exposing the NSA's operations.
Facebook could follow Google, which quit the conservative group over climate change.
Drug companies say the new regs would stop consumers from getting info they need.
Agencies are making moves that could save hundreds of millions of dollars.
The company charged thousands for machines it claimed could "mine" bitcoins.
Commissioner Ajit Pai and Rep. Billy Long want the FCC to reverse course.
Officials say the move will be a major boost to the commercial use of nonmilitary drones.
The information technology sector ranked near the bottom in terms of transparency.
There is no obvious "front door" to open and engage with the DOE's national labs.
A new bill will prohibit software from limiting one's ability to resell or repair devices.
Google's move was based on "based on misinformation from climate activists," ALEC said.
The support could lead to stronger net neutrality rules.
Comcast is defending its proposed $45 billion merger with Time Warner Cable.
The ruling could prompt a shift in the way musicians are paid for their songs.
The service was accused of running a $6 billion global money-laundering operation.
A new bill would give the board “the teeth it needs," Sen. Ron Wyden said.
The StingRay devices mimic cellphone towers to track phones' location.
Lawmakers have set up a lame-duck showdown over a long-stalled issue.