The company charged thousands for machines it claimed could "mine" bitcoins.
Commissioner Ajit Pai and Rep. Billy Long want the FCC to reverse course.
Lawmakers say they want to avoid arguments at 30,000 feet.
An industry trade group wants the program funded through the regular budget process.
Google said on Monday it doesn't plan on funding the conservative American Legislative Exchange...
It is unclear if the most recent prank is from the same user who caused a monthlong ban.
Joe Green, the group’s former president, resigned.
The White House wants private companies’ help to fight against hackers.
The FCC “should use the full weight of its authority" to promote competition, a major trade group...
A pair of House lawmakers want clearer rules of the road for mobile applications that track people’...
The bill would update a nearly 30-year-old law.
Wireless companies are pushing back against possible net neutrality rules.
The StingRay devices mimic cellphone towers to track phones' location.
Lawmakers have set up a lame-duck showdown over a long-stalled issue.
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler is looking beyond "monochromatic" options.
The consumer board’s practices have raised questions about privacy from conservatives.
Apple CEO Tim Cook said on Monday that action to help mitigate climate change is a "core value" for...
Paul said he wanted to use Silicon Valley's "brains to figure out how to win."
Companies are moving to block even police with a warrant from accessing people's data.
The CIA has reportedly curtailed its spying operations in Europe for the last two months.
Like iPhones, new Android phones will prevent even police with a warrant from getting data.
The White House's chief information officer is rejoining the group as it combats the virus.
Three Democrats want to see cable, satellite and radio station records online.
Rep. Anna Eshoo wants "a light regulatory approach" that can pass the courts.