With the FCC's vote coming up, some people say Congress should move forward with its own plan
DOJ hopes the multi-million dollar reward will reinvigorate the hunt for the suspect.
The agency will begin taking employment applications from H-4 visa holders in late May
The U.S. should be able to craft a legal framework to let government agencies read encrypted data, NSA director Michael Rogers says.
But the agency's chairman says he intends to move forward with Thursday's meeting
Republicans want to know whether the Obama administration influenced the FCC's proposal
The surveillance agencies reportedly were able to monitor a large portion of the world's mobile traffic
Groups for and against strong rules try to score points just over a week before the FCC's vote
The defendant pleads not guilty to assisting with cyberattacks on Nasdaq, Dow Jones, Heartland and other companies
The Desert Falcons mercenary group has stolen more than 1 million files since 2013
The computer programmer, the first Megaupload defendant to be sentenced, is going to jail.
The president signs an executive order intended to encourage companies to share more information with each other
Both bills would require law enforcement agencies to get court-ordered warrants for older stored communications.
The White House will hear ideas for improvements at its first cybersecurity summit in Silicon Valley
One of them is Sen. Edward Markey, who plans to introduce legislation to require security measures in connected cars.