It's the agency's first consumer protection complaint involving crowdfunding
Republicans 'sneak' a net neutrality rules delay into an appropriations bill
The DOTCOM Act would give Congress more oversight of the transition away from the U.S. government
The House vote would extend a moratorium that's been in place since 1998
Continued pressure for data localization laws will hurt tech vendors, trade groups say.
The Syrian Electronic Army claimed responsibility for posting messages to Army.mil
After passing the USA Freedom Act, many in Congress may be unwilling to extend surveillance reform
The program reportedly oeprates without court-ordered warrants to target cyberattacks within the U.S.
The legislation aimes to protect businesses from abusive patent lawsuits
Terrorist recruiters are increasingly turning to social networking tools to gain new converts.
Senators reject amendments to 'water down' the NSA reform bill
The news leak site is asking for donations so it can offer the six-figure reward for the confidential document
The court overturns the interstate threats conviction on a Pennsylvania man based on posts made about his wife.
Section 215 of the Patriot Act expires without a final Senate vote, although lawmakers may act this week
Proposals to renew portions of the Patriot Act wouldn't end bulk phone records collection, critics say.