Seven organizations, including AT&T, ask the Federal Communications Commission to put net neutrality rules on hold.
The recent USA Freedom Act doesn't go far enough in reforming surveillance, an ACLU lawyer says
Now the bill goes to the House floor for a vote
Senator Rand Paul joins House Republicans in introducing a resolution of disapproval
It's impossible to ensure that only good guys will be able to access them, lawmakers say.
Legislation introduced in the U.S. Congress this month would fast-track approval of the trade deal
The USA Freedom Act aims to end the agency's bulk collection of U.S. telephone records
An FAA move toward small-drone regulation is welcomed as encouraging responsible use, the head of a drone trade group says.
They say the deal's collapse is good for customers
The military needs private partners to combat the nation's cybersecurity problems, Carter says
Nomi falsely told customers they could opt out of tracking, the agency says
The new bill will be combined with another one that privacy groups have questioned
The legislation would allow some customer information to be passed to the NSA, opponents said
The new legislation would extend the telephone records collection section of the law for five years
The FCC has moved slowly to embrace telemedicine in rural areas, one critic says