Eshoo calls on the agency to use old telecom regulations, but take a light touch toward applying the rules
The U.N. agency should resist calls to regulation international termination fees for Web traffic, the groups say
Soltani has assisted newspapers with investigations of government surveillance and online privacy.
Tech groups praise the nomination of former Googler Michelle Lee to fill a post empty for a year and a half
US residents are increasingly using mobile phones for downloading, email and other apps, the NTIA says
Apple and Google should also rethink their plans to enable smartphone encryption by default, he says.
The FCC shouldn't hold mobile broadband providers to the same regulations as wired providers, the CTIA chief says
Budovsky is accused of operating a digital currency service that catered to criminals laundering money
Experts see big changes to health-care, gaming and other industries from a gigabit-speed Internet. What would you use it for?
Worldwide shipments fell 1.7 percent from a year ago, beating IDC projections.
A new paper calls for a push to solve security problems related to Internet voting
The FTC, FCC and state attorneys general accuse the company of making millions of dollars from unwanted third-party charges
The agency's collection of U.S. communications has privacy controls in place, a report says.
Artificial intelligence experts predict that computers in coming years will increasingly replace knowledge workers.
The Marriott hotel chain blocked outside hotspots while charging customers up to $1,000 per device to access its own Wi-Fi service.