It's the first major evidence of a Canadian mass surveillance program.
Last year, Franken questioned the company on its privacy policies.
"They sell that information to any number of people," Rep. Dan Newhouse (R-Wash.) said.
Federal regulators are putting companies on notice not to block personal Wi-Fi hot spots.
The Internet service is expanding in Atlanta, Tennessee and North Carolina.
Former Rep. Mike Rogers will focus on national security at the Hudson Institute.
Is Hollywood forgetting to include women scientists in its big blockbusters?
The Obama administration is worried cops are getting locked out from critical evidence.
The company blamed the disruption on an internal malfunction.
The government tried to compel Times reporter James Risen to testify.
Sharyl Attkisson has sued the Obama administration for $35 million.
The new caucus is aimed at getting more women, minorities and veterans into the tech sector.
The Internet activist killed himself after being charged under Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.
Two Republican senators are hoping to shine a spotlight on the Commerce Department’s moves to hand...
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency is taking the incident "very seriously."
Rubio drew the ire of Rep. Polis (D-Colo.) by defending surveillance programs.
Tuesday's House hearing showcased bipartisan consensus for a federal data breach bill.
The CIA reportedly hacked into Senate Intelligence Committee staffers' computers.
The FTC released a new report on Tuesday.
Obama calls for regulatory structure one day after drone crashes on White House South Lawn.
Forty years later, ex-staffers on the spying committee say it's time for a repeat.
The DEA is using license-plate trackers and sharing the info with state, local agencies.
The California-based bitcoin exchange comes days after a similar New York-based exchange launched.
Regulators may block state laws limiting municipal broadband networks.