Guccifer 2.0 used Russian-language online services to leak documents.
Negotiators agreed to the so-called umbrella agreement in September.
The company filed an appeal of a regulator's order in France's highest administrative court.
If EU privacy watchdogs don't support the Privacy Shield, it would be a blow to the new deal.
The FCC is soon expected to release proposed rules.
But opponents want the cybersecurity legislation to get a stand-alone vote.
A consumer group filed a petition on the issue earlier this year.
The infidelity website is fighting for survival as lawsuits flood in.
An appeals court declared that warrantless searches violate the Constitution.
The issue has caught fire over the past few months.
There are some ways federal employees sue over the data breach.
Schools have been allowing third parties sell student data to advertisers.
It would allow the FBI to use tools to obtain people’s internet browsing history.
Agencies should enforce privacy regulations only when there's evidence of harm to consumers.
Critics of the regulators say they have left businesses in uncertainty.
He said that a major attack could shift the dynamics of the debate in law enforcement's favor.
"There will be clearly people that will challenge this," a leading advocate says.
The ex-NSA contractor has tips average people can take to secure their data.
The move is part of an effort to rebuild trust after the Edward Snowden revelations.
The FTC used to have privacy authority over Internet service providers.
There are no laws that expressly regulate the software.
Congress should pass federal legislation criminalizing revenge porn.
He says the USA Freedom Act does not go far enough to protect privacy.
Tech companies want Congress to help with Europeans' diminishing trust of Silicon Valley.