A U.S. appeals court has turned down hotel operator Wyndham Worldwide's challenge of the Federal Trade Commission's authority to enforce cybersecurity practices.
Samsung had sought to reduce a $548 million patent infringement award
The marketers of Mole Detective apps lacked proof their products could detect melanoma, the agency says
Companies encrypting customer data should weigh the benefits to cybersecurity against needs of law enforcement, officials say
The agency's move comes in addition to charges against nine defendants brought by the DOJ
The defendants allegedly hacked into the networks of three press release sites and traded on nonpublic information
The USITC's decision to block imports of digital 3D dental records could bleed over into copyright enforcement, critics worry
Drexel University and PeaceTech Lab will enlist computer science and engineering students in conflict resolution efforts
Carriers must get permission from the FCC if they discontinue or reduce voice services during the change
The commission declines to streamline conditions for triggering a spectrum set-aside locking out AT&T and Verizon
Lawmakers plan to take up the controversial bill after a month-long recess
The agency will decide on conditions that could prevent AT&T and Verizon from bidding on some spectrum in a 2016 auction
A preliminary vote on the controversial bill could happen as soon as Wednesday
The U.S. government should arm private businesses with cyberwarrants, allowing them to hack back
Broadband provider Alamo tells court it has a free-speech right to exercise editorial discretion over the Web.