Lawmakers will push for information-sharing legislation, but some groups want them to address past privacy concerns
The Communications Security Establishment tracks activity at more than 100 file-sharing sites, according to news reports
Questions about preemption of state laws and when companies should report breaches come up again during a hearing
The agency recommends a set of best practices, but critics fear the FTC will enforce them as regulations
The FCC doesn't have the authority to preempt state laws limiting municipal broadband projects, state groups say.
The U.S. company expects to win a larger piece of the Mexican mobile market
Three top Republican lawmakers say they want the FCC process to be more transparent
The purpose is to counter Chinese concerns about outside government surveillance.
Issuing patents that are undeserving or too broad puts a big burden on businesses
A draft bill from Republicans would limit the FCC's ability to act on future net neutrality violations, witnesses tell lawmakers
Obama also called for a new package of cybersecurity legislation in his State of the Union speech.
Three quarters of ISACA members say they support Obama's proposal
The draft legislation would prohibit the FCC from reclassifying broadband and take away the agency's rulemaking authority.
The company will continue to invest in its network if the FCC passes Title II net neutrality regulations
The hotel operator will look for other ways to secure its own networks