Bills in the House and Senate would restore the FCC's rules after an appeals court threw them out.
Aleksandr Panin, arrested last year, was the primary developer of the banking fraud malware, says the U.S. Department of Justice.
The agency announces a data-breach settlement with the California company
The commission approves trial runs for converting copper networks to IP
An Uzbek man asks a US court to suppress information collected by arguing the NSA program is unconstitutional
Leahy questions the constitutionality of the program, but the US attorney general defends it
The U.S. president also called for patent reform and for faster broadband in schools
It could prevent the next 9/11 attack, one former official said
The company sent email messages trying to trick people into signing up for insurance before the deadline, the agency says
Comcast, Google, AT&T and Verizon are among the top spenders on lobbying the US government.
Privacy board calls for an end to NSA phone records collection
A planned merger of Google+ and Gmail contact lists will allow unsolicited email, the group says.
Law enforcement requests to Verizon far exceed those made to other tech companies.
The 12 companies claimed to hold current certifications in an EU privacy agreement, but did not, the agency says
The company's mobile and Fios revenue are up significantly