Netanyahu says U.S. election is not a factor in his call for a red line.
The House Judiciary Committee on Thursday began what is expected to be a long and contentious markup of the SOPA bill
The proposal from representatives Darrell Issa and Ron Wyden offers a different strategy for going after pirated content
Google's copyright counsel testified on behalf of several tech firms arguing that the bill is overly broad and could target legitimate websites
A Democrat and a Republican join together to offer legislation that would authorize states to force online retailers to collect sales tax
Long opposed by the talk-radio right as a First-Amendment violation, the policy officially meets its end at the hands of the FCC
The social network is once again expanding its Washington office and bringing on two officials from the administration of former President George W. Bush.