He referenced Politwoops, a site that Twitter shut down this year.
Search warrants will be required for police to use "stingrays."
She also pledged to hire “aggressive regulators” to review company mergers.
The House was also pushed into action to extend a measure of good faith to European allies.
Lessig has recently flirted with mounting an independent bid.
Striking down the Safe Harbor agreement has resulted in legal chaos on two continents.
Carl Force was a leading agent on the task force that brought down the dark Web market.
The fight over a controversial cyber bill is reaching an apex in Washington.
The court agreed to hear a pair of cases on the issue.
The number of consumers who password-protect their tablets is also on the rise.
The FCC will vote to cap the price that companies can charge inmates to make a call.
Industry groups warn the new FCC regulations would be "devastating."
New rules make it easier for companies to offer robocalling blocking technology.
Preet Bharara was behind a damaging investigation into online poker.
Kevin McGrann has been with Speaker John Boehner since 2006.
The daily fantasy sports industry has come under scrutiny in Washington.
It's the first such case after a court invalidated a key data pact between Europe and the U.S.
Lawmakers have delayed the unveiling of draft legislation for months.
The embattled fantasy sports site has hired Martha Coakley.
Greenberg Traurig says Ethan Haskell did not use data to win $350,000 on a rival site.
The retail giant says the report overplayed negative stories about employee treatment.
Agencies will be required to buy computers through bulk deals to cut costs.
Opponents are say the $65 billion deal would give the combined firm too much power.
Reid said he supports his state's decision to treat the sites as gambling operations.