Bills targeting patent trolls would weaken intellectual property protections, some lawyers say.
Plaintiffs complain that Apple married iTunes music with iPod players, and they want $350 million in damages.
Europe should follow a 'traditional regulatory process' when looking at antitrust complaints, U.S. lawmakers say
Our tech literacy on Net Neutrality isn't great, and when it comes to privacy issues, Americans score even lower.
The agency's first privacy director answers public questions on Tumblr
A proposed motion in the European Parliament could put pressure on EU authorities
Former Subway franchise owner sold POS systems to the restaurant chain, then hacked them, the DOJ says
The agency needs to make sure any rules it passes will stand up to a lawsuit, Wheeler says
The company also agreed to implement environmental compliance measures over the next five years
With the failure of an NSA reform bill in Congress, the agency will continue to operate its US phone records program, Rogers says
Companies' free trial software identified nonexistant computer errors and charged customers to fix them, the agency says.
The vote on the USA Freedom Act could mean NSA reform is dead until next year
A program that reportedly tracks mobile phones from airplanes raises privacy concerns, Senator Markey says.
The agency and privacy certification provider reach a settlement on its recertification promises
Wheeler's proposal would raise a tax on telephone lines by up to $0.16 a month