Sony wants Twitter to crack down on people who share stolen docs.
The White House must hold the CIA director "accountable," says Rockefeller.
Users have been flooding the site to rate the shelved film.
Hood said he hoped "cooler heads" would prevail.
Countries will look to FCC claims of regulatory authority as justification for their actions.
North Korea vowed "counteraction" after the U.S. blamed Pyongyang for the Sony hack.
A top Sony lawyer stressed the movie studio will release the film through some platform.
“Saying ‘aloha’ and getting on the plane to Hawaii is not the answer,” Rogers said.
Advocates hope to strike quickly, before politics overtake Washington.
New rules would allow online services to buy TV rights just like cable companies.
The Energy and Commerce panel will hold a series of hearings next year.
“Right now, it’s sort of the Wild West,” Obama said.
The review will restart on Jan. 12.
A total of 226,788 website URLs have been "forgotten" in the European Union.
"Not stealing, but this is destructive attack," Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger said.
Senate Democrats urged Republicans to “preserve net neutrality principles” in the 114th Congress.
Chinese cooperation is no sure thing, however.
Sen. Mark Kirk (R-Ill.) wants to "know the full threat of cyber warfare."
"We need to react and react vigorously,” the Republican senator said.
"I think it was an act of cyber vandalism that was very costly, very expensive,” Obama said.
Officials said investigators would advise against punishing anyone.
The cyber bills singed into law Thursday are a first step in combating cyberattacks, lawmakers said.
Vulnerable GOP Sen. Mark Kirk (Ill.) wants to hold a screening of the movie.
The company claims Mississippi is trying to censor the Web.