Sites that play on a daily basis have become a billion-dollar industry.
Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) and Rep. Jared Polis (D-Colo.) want to reform copyright law.
The posts on an online labor page were aimed at “scabs” who crossed a picket line.
A carpet cleaning company had tried to get information about Yelp reviewers.
The United States blamed the hack on North Korea.
Advocates on both sides of the issue say the ride-hailing company helps their case.
The Targeting Rogue and Opaque letters Act would give the Federal Trade Commission more authority...
"It is very important that Congress support music and the arts," Warren told a music lobbying group...
FanDuel joined the Internet Association.
The rule of processing power doubling every two years has held true, but is in jeopardy.
Virtually every corner of the industry is pushing for the end of some spying programs.
The political arm of Credo Mobile is refusing a ceast and desist order.
The government has been reviewing the proposal for more than a year.
Some commissioners called the rules a "paradigm shift."
The company blamed the outage on "hardware and software failures."
Mark Zuckerberg defended the company's use of zero-rating in India.
Julian Assange, who is hiding out in London, is facing sexual assault charges.
"There is no authority for the FCC to be regulating the Internet," Walter McCormick said.
It's the Senate's second major data breach measure introduced this year.
“Tim has pushed Apple to ... greater social responsibility,” the civil rights icon wrote.
Members of Congress are starting to coalesce around a bipartisan plan.
Rep. Peter Welch (D-Vt.) says the measure has one fixable snag holding it up.
The industry hasn't focused on the need for high-skilled reform, Cisco's John Chambers said.
The commission decried the idea of government-ordered "back doors."