Cable providers wanted to ease set-top box rules, but now the FCC is pushing a plan to open the market to new competition.
Some government officials are focused on catching criminals, while others worry about empowering hackers.
Competitors and consumer groups claim deal would shut smaller companies out of broadband market
State lawmakers announced bills to limit police surveillance and protect the privacy of students and employees.
His small medical facility has gone bust, but Michael Daugherty continues his fight against federal “bullies” over data security.
Regulators issue guidelines for the way websites should identify advertising.
Are Comcast, T-Mobile, and AT&T using "innovation” to get around net neutrality?
Congress is about to take its biggest step yet to bolster cybersecurity, but privacy advocates fear it could expand surveillance.
With terrorism fears running high, Cruz and Rubio traded shots over government surveillance.
Ted Cruz is just the latest candidate to mine data from Facebook and other sources to learn more about voters.
Drone companies are expecting big sales for the holidays, but the government just gave them a lump of coal.
Can the FCC require TV stations to identify major donors by name in political ads?
Judges had tough questions about a last-minute change to the FCC’s regulations—one that came largely at Google’s behest.
The government can at least make it harder to hide from surveillance, James Comey says.
Lawmakers are trying to find a way to spy on terrorists without breaking the Internet.
The FCC appeared to be on firm ground on the biggest issue, but may ultimately still lose portions of its rules.
Here are the main arguments broadband industry lawyers will make Friday to try to kill the FCC’s rules.
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte is wary of hamstringing government investigations.
Even critics of the tech industry aren’t quite sure how to guarantee government access to terrorist communications.
The Consumer Review Freedom Act would bar contracts that gag consumers from leaving negative online reviews.