2016 candidates have increasingly used social media to reach voters.
Hillary Clinton led the pack.
About 3.4 million people reacted to his launch, the most of any GOP candidate.
Ash Carter on Friday became the first Defense secretary on the social media platform.
Kevin Martin was named vice president for mobile and global access policy.
“Access equals opportunity," he said. "Net neutrality should not prevent access.”
Google's lobbying touched on topics ranging from surveillance reform to immigration.
The posts on an online labor page were aimed at “scabs” who crossed a picket line.
When it comes to engaging people on Facebook, Sen. Rand Paul has some work to do.
Google, Apple and Facebook are joining forces with the ACLU.
Security personnel allegedly compiled dossiers on protesters using a fake Facebook account.
Kentucky senator tweets out mock Pinterest page.
The GAO report comes amid new privacy concerns for the ever-pervasive technology.
Amazon and Facebook also bumped up their spending.
The court ruled 7-2 to reverse lower court decisions.
The feature will show devices logged into your account and prompt a password change.
Apple scored highest on the list.
He may face tough odds for the White House, but Sanders strikes a nerve on social media.
Lobbying spending dropped for many major tech and telecom trade groups in the first quarter.
The issue was first noticed by researchers for a Belgian privacy watchdog.
The proposed class action lawsuit was dimissed after years of legal wrangling.
David Recordon is the first director of White House information technology.
The company published its latest transparency report covering the second half of 2014.
Facebook is bringing a free slice of the Internet to millions of people in India.