Snowden did not ask for political asylum in Russia, his lawyer said.
The broadcaster group pointed to a "tectonic shift in the media landscape."
The GOP is using the transportation company to criticize aggressive regulators.
The decision reportedly came in reaction to a series of stiff regulatory hurdles.
The CIA chief has all the cover he needs in President Obama.
Privacy and civil liberties advocates are calling for a tough federal law to protect people’s...
The edits came from the same IP address blocked by Wikipedia last month.
Many people on the list have “no recognized terrorist group affiliation.”
Verizon says that its policy is “narrowly tailored” and that other companies do it, too.
LinkedIn has paid nearly $6 million in back pay and damages for underpaying more than 350 workers.
Online deal website Groupon is joining The Internet Association.
The FCC wants to quash their plans for partnering up in next year’s airwave auction.
The breach "has all the markings of a state-sponsored attack,” the firm said.
The companies are being attacked for slowing some subscribers’ speeds.
Emails from federal agencies did the worst in the Online Trust Alliance's test.
The targets have not been revealed.
Obama warned against allowing companies to provide different Internet speeds.
Feinstein won't release the report until "key facts" are allowed to stay in.
The FCC is releasing all the comments it has received for the public to explore.
The Communications Workers of America wants broadcasters to publicly detail all sharing agreements.
The Writers Guild of America East said the FCC needs to hear from the public.
Dozens of lawmakers want the FCC to make sure that media mergers help out women and minorities.
Democratic senators say the CIA is trying to redact too much information.
Why should we continue to subsidize places that a private firm will serve without subsidies?