When it comes to the open Internet minefield, the middle ground is not as safe as it seems.
Chattanooga, Tenn., and Wilson, N.C., want the FCC to preempt state laws.
Advocates for smart cars said technology was "outpacing" regulators.
The industry is watching a bill that would ban online gambling.
Sheldon Whitehouse is raising alarms about hackers that take control of people's computers.
The White House says there is nothing it can do to help Tesla sell directly to consumers.
A bill would let companies use digital stamps, instead of etching labels onto the devices...
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.
Eight L.A.-area House Dems are worried about a dispute over showing Dodgers games.
The Oversight committee chairman said the agency is abusing its power in data security cases.
The Justice Department intervened in a whistleblowing lawsuit against Symantec.
Companies, lawmakers and members of the public are pressing for dramatic action.
What does the Supreme Court’s ruling on Aereo mean for the future of copyright law?
In the future, drones will be as normal as "mail trucks on the road today," Amazon said.
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.