The $45 billion bid to buy Time Warner Cable increasingly appears in peril.
Only 4 percent said social networking sites are important for their jobs.
People say they are better informed about news and pop culture.
The DOJ closed its first stalking app case and a bank hacking ring member was sent to jail.
Its unclear if Chairman Wheeler has the votes to pass his Wi-Fi funding plan.
Online security company CloudFlare and free speech organizations are teaming up to protect “...
Privacy advocates hailed the ruling, but others said it could lead to online censorship.
A coalition of tech advocacy groups is backing the Obama administration's move to relinquish...
A group of Internet companies are lobbying on the new Senate Finance Committee Chairman Ron Wyden (...
Rubio plans to offer a bill he says would prevent a United Nations takeover.
The Federal Trade Commission announced Tuesday that it has reached $2.5 million in settlements with...
The industry is pleading with Congress to pay attention to the explosion of domain names.
Obama is slated to head to Cedar Falls, Iowa, on Wednesday.
The National Labor Relations Board decision lets employees use work email for union business.
Rep. Darrell Issa is moving on from the Oversight Committee.
Verizon is planning to slow mobile traffic for certain wireless subscribers.
AT&T and DirecTV execs will make the case to lawmakers for their $49B merger.
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler will testify in front of the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on...
Sen. Al Franken asked the FCC to reconsider plans to rewrite net neutrality rules.
The administration will try and ease concerns about the decision.
The Obama administration’s move to relinquish control over Internet infrastructure is a threat to...
Lawmakers are pledging close scrutiny of the Comcast deal with Time Warner Cable.
Thousands of websites on Tuesday will take a stand against government surveillance.
The gifts include laptops and iPads from Apple and 12 million copies of Microsoft Windows.