Privacy is one unfinished piece of the net neutrality order.
Snowden says he's waiting for a response from the Justice Department.
The move is part of an effort to rebuild trust after the Edward Snowden revelations.
An appeals court declared that warrantless searches violate the Constitution.
“Drivers shouldn’t have to choose between being connected and being protected,” Sen. Markey said.
The commission received expanded authority over customer privacy under new net neutrality rules.
Web services generally do not follow the requests.
Ads "can actually create real value for people," the official says.
There is virtually no privacy left in America.
The rules for Internet service providers in the net neutrality order take effect next month.
The proposed class action lawsuit was dimissed after years of legal wrangling.
It's a solution to an imaginary problem.
At stake is the future viability of the world's most important economic relationship.
The Online Trust Alliance says most of the sites share user data.
Congress must still pass legislation for the deal on law enforcement info sharing to take effect.
There are no laws that expressly regulate the software.
Congress should pass federal legislation criminalizing revenge porn.
“The president does have confidence that she is the right person for the job,” says spokesman.
New York's effort to regulate apps like Uber and Lyft raises privacy and security concerns.
Twitter said Politwoops violated its developer agreement.
The Justice Department on Friday released guidelines that would explicitly bar the agency from...
The majority of the privacy-oriented amendments will not get full House votes.
"We now have someone to watch those that are watching us,” a U.N. official says.
Tech firms and privacy backers alike are taking issue with the new privacy plan.