Budget includes $14 billion to thwart cyberattacks.
The young industry faces a major test in navigating the international process.
Congressional staffers found that data is automatically shared with the companies.
A new coalition has hired a pair of K Street firms in recent weeks.
Critics worry the tracking tools can be exploited by third parties.
A privacy group dings the administration for not ending the telephone records collection.
The website has joined those that release transparency reports on info requests.
A coalition of industry groups are calling for "urgent discussion" with the Chinese government.
The president will propose raising discretionary spending by $74 billion.
Broadband Internet just got a lot faster — at least as far as the government is concerned.
The apparent retaliation came after a subscriber in Spokane, Wash., tried to cancel.
Obama wants to have digital strike teams at 25 top agencies.
Feds will gather intelligence from Facebook, Twitter on a potential attack.
Democrats pressed the company on the issue a day earlier.
Netflix has pushed for net neutrality rules to govern interconnection, while Verizon opposes it.
An IG report disputes Sharyl Attkisson's claims that she was targeted by the government.
Rep. Lamar Smith called it "astonishing" that data miners operated on HealthCare.gov.
Tom Wheeler said he would use "every tool in the agency’s toolbox" on broadband rules.
The agency announced the terms of a settlement Thursday.
The senator argued legislation to rein in so-called patent trolls is still necessary.
A weeks-long sell-off of the airwaves earned the government a record $44.9 billion.
The FCC wants to be able to find people who dial 911.
FAA to announce new drone regulations as soon as Friday.