Many broadband subscribers are confused about the amount of data they use and broadband plan options, a study says
Congress and the Obama administration can enact surveillance reforms to slow backlash against the US IT industry, advocates say
The state would require virtual currency traders to monitor transactions for money laundering.
The House will still have to pass the Senate bill before it becomes law, however.
The amount Apple pays out depends on the outcome of its appeal of a 2013 antitrust ruling.
The agency has received 677,000 comments on its proposed net neutrality rules
The legislation would permanently extend a ban that's been in place since 1998.
Republican commissioners continue to question where the money will come from
The agency's lawsuit against Amazon mirrors its earlier action against Apple for a similar problem.
The legislation would overturn a Library of Congress decision to remove legal protections for unlocking
Civil rights and privacy groups question the alleged email surveillance after a news report.
The Russian approval for the NSA leaker to stay in the country expires at the end of July.
Republican members of the FCC question where $5 billion for schools and libraries will come from.
A German intelligence employee is accused of passing information to a US contact
The 30-year-old is also accused of hosting credit card selling forums online