A bipartisan commercial space bill showed that disparate voices can still come together.
Tom Wheeler, himself a Democrat, was appointed to the post by President Obama.
The company is accused of trying to force out a competitor in the chip market.
Feinstein's bill would require social media to alert feds to online terrorist activity.
Rep. McCaul wants to create a blue-ribbon panel to take a fresh look at encryption technology.
Twitter released a list of the most popular items on the social media platform this year.
FTC chair Edith Ramirez has said "targeted" regulation may be needed.
Judge David Tatel will help decide the fate of new Internet regulations
A panel on the D.C. Circuit will decide the fate of net neutrality regulations next year.
The figure is up by more than double the 19 percent.
The Congressional Black Caucus says tech firms need more African-American representation.
Anna Eshoo said she would oppose the policy rider supported by broadcasters.
The group has only 67 members.
The deal came after Trump triggered equal opportunity rules with his "SNL" appearance.
The FCC's rating dropped the most in the last year.
“Ever since there’s been fire, there’s been arson," said Eric Schmidt.
The Uber-sponsored survey supports the company's arguments in classification debate.
Pressure is rising on companies like Twitter and Facebook to help combat extremists.
Cruz's campaign is demanding that Rubio walks back his claim about NSA reform.
The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative is a limited liability company, not a charity.
Sens. Tom Cotton and Angus King are worried about phone companies erasing data.
Cuban has urged lawmakers to pass a privacy bill without carve-outs for the agency.
Carnegie Mellon University Professor Lorrie Faith Cranor will take over in January.
These groups are merely using the confusion after the ruling to push their long-held agenda.