How should policymakers respond when old rules are rendered obsolete by new technology?
Regulating the Internet as a public utility would perhaps affect no group more than minorities.
Consumer protection has been neglected, says the Government Accountability Office.
Leahy hoped the ruling would lead to other kinds of digital privacy.
The justices' ruling could settle the legally murky domain of website comments, blog posts.
The trade group's leader said FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler is getting a bad rap.
A top appeals court ruled the social media website cannot be held liable for user content.
CoinVox has already had discussions with about a half-dozen lawmakers.
The FBI will be basing its database on mug shots, James Comey said.
More than 80 percent of people in six states and the greater Los Angeles area wanted to overhaul...
A bitcoin investment fund is beefing up its lobbying ranks.
A secret memo allows the FBI to obtain phone records without any judicial process.
Some industry insiders say executive actions from Obama are now their last, best hope.
The action is part of President Obama's climate initiative.
Privacy advocates hail the ruling as a powerful check against the prying eyes of government.
“You’re what’s wrong with this country,” Sen. Rockefeller told industry officials.
The companies collect billions of bits of information about people.
The 2016 contender is pushing legislation to give more spectrum to the private sector.
A week earlier, a Romanian court sentenced "Guccifer” to four years in jail.
The merchandise website CafePress is denying Ready for Hillary's request.
The federal consumer watchdog says mobile banking services present enormous potential benefits for...
A group of Democratic senators called Tuesday for the Department of Transportation to end an "...
AeroVironment will use unmanned aircraft to survey oil pipelines for BP.
The groups have tried to obtain communications under a Freedom of Information Act request.