The "Internet of Things," connecting devices, cars, and homes is raising concerns.
The bill mirrors a White House proposal from earlier this year.
FCC Chairman Wheeler heads to Capitol Hill for a second week of testimony.
The fissure over reform legislation reaches all the way to party leadership.
The companies want protections against foreign restrictions on the free flow of data.
The new app allows anyone to publish a livestream through their phone.
The FAA issued an experimental pass to the company Thursday.
David Recordon is the first director of White House information technology.
FCC head says his agency has already promised not to try to control rates.
Task force will respond to criticism from GOP.
The U.S. proposal is similar to the European policy.
A bill introduced Wednesday would require open court proceedings to be televised.
The Obama administration wants to get rid of bureaucratic hurdles that slow down companies.
Cruz doesn't control TedCruz.com.
“I think there’s a little bit of a tug of war happening in the government,” analyst says.
The telecom industry is turning to K Street in an effort to override FCC rules.
The foundation behind Wikipedia has sued the NSA over its collection of Internet data.
The Obama administration reportedly pressured Germany not to help Snowden.
Sens. Cory Booker and Deb Fischer want regulators to "lay the foundation" for driverless cars.
Concerns have been raised about so-called stingray devices possessed by law enforcement.
The IRS site had 15.6 million visits over the last week, new data shows.
This time it's a former chief information official from the GSA.
Lawmakers still have a steep hill to climb on a net neutrality compromise.
The admission will come as a vindication to critics of the new Internet rules.