The attackers appear to be gathering broad intelligence about visitors to three websites, FireEye says
AT&T and Comcast seem to support Wheeler's move to re-establish net neutrality rules.
About seven in 10 voters would agree to a $4-a-year fee on their mobile phone service, a survey says.
Participants made 96,000 calls to Congress to protest surveillance programs and will send 555,000 email messages as pat of the "Day We Fight Back".
The proposed acquisition raises concerns about the combined company's market power, opponents say.
Paul joins FreedomWorks in class-action lawsuit against Obama, U.S. officials
The new document should help critical infrastructure operators develop cybersecurity programs, officials say.
A new policy proposal from the European Commission is scheduled to be released Wednesday, that will push to globalize Internet functions.
The bill would allow mobile device users to surf the Internet and send text messages
Websites will encourage people to contact Congress next Tuesday.
Some US lawmakers call for new data security regulations, but others question how to keep the law current with criminal attacks
Congress should reform the NSA in an attempt to restore trust in the US tech industry, the ITI says.
Bills in the House and Senate would restore the FCC's rules after an appeals court threw them out.
Aleksandr Panin, arrested last year, was the primary developer of the banking fraud malware, says the U.S. Department of Justice.
The agency announces a data-breach settlement with the California company