Del. Holmes Norton urged FCC to "get this racial slur off the air."
The biggest increase in use has come from voters ages 30 to 49.
Joe Rospars argues people are tuning out Dem fundraising pleas.
Bill de Blasio warned the merger could have “far-reaching impacts."
Three Native Americans filed a petition opposing a broadcasting license of a Fox affiliate.
FCC may make cable, satellite and radio companies post data on political ad buys.
Salesforce.com Friday became the latest to move customer data within the E.U.
The CIA's demands for redactions are "unprecedented," Sen. Ron Wyden said.
The FCC is starting to settle on "hybrid" net neutrality rules.
"My son saw me with my BlackBerry, and he was like, 'Hi, ’90s mom,' Megan Smith said.
In the past, the tool was used for experiments.
Companies are racing to develop driverless cars on the promise of reducing gridlock and accidents...
The intelligence leader says "privacy has never been an absolute right."
The program hopes to set guidelines for engineers to design secure software.
With an eye on the Senate’s lame duck session, Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-N.Y.) is pressing the upper...
Apple is getting some new lobbying help.
Like other tech giants, Amazon is largely white and male.
A case over the agency’s most controversial program heads to the D.C. Circuit.
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler is circulating plans to make 911 service more reliable.
The news organization said the action raised "constitutional concerns."
Google says the project collects "the forest" of data, without seeing "individual trees."
The move is a sign of Silicon Valley’s willingness to embrace new privacy protections.
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler is close a plan for new net neutrality rules.
The European Union vigorously attacked its own networks to test new cyber sharing procedures.