Critics of the bill say they plan to push for changes as it moves to the Senate
There's wide disagreement on how to deal with abusive patent lawsuits, Leahy says
The DOJ's charges should let China know that the US is tired of industrial espionage, lawmakes say
Some Republican House members question the need for the FCC to move forward with any net neutrality rules
The charges against five alleged members of the Chinese army refocus a debate dominated by NSA disclosures, some experts say
The defendants stole trade secrets from Westinghouse Electric, United States Steel and other companies, the DOJ says
The FCC asks for public comment on reclassifying broadband, allowing 'commercially reasonable' traffic management and other issues
The FCC's chairman says he's looking for more public comment on his proposal.
Rules for the upcoming TV spectrum auction would reserve a portion of spectrum for smaller carriers if price targets are reached
The agency officially releases its chairman's proposal, while asking whether to reregulate broadband
A proposal from two US lawmakers aims at personal data outsourced by public schools
A small group of protestors camp out beside the FCC building and call for the agency to reregulate broadband.
Many Twitter users call on the FCC to reclassify broadband and subject it to utility-style rules.
A reclassification of broadband as a regulated service would hurt the industry and its customers, CEOs said
The commission is scheduled to vote Thursday on rules for a 2015 auction of TV spectrum.