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
The House may vote this week on a bill that would allow shared cybertheat information to be passed to the NSA and law enforcement agencies.
CenturyLink becomes the latest organization to challenge the agency's Feb. 26 rules
Commissioners vote to open up 3.5GHz spectrum band to commercial use in the coming years
A House committee approves the legislation despite criticism from digital rights and consumer groups.
The lawsuits from two ISPs and four trade groups focus on violations of administrative process and constitutional questions.
The agency is now facing five legal challenges from four trade groups and one ISP.
The resolution of disapproval allows expedited action in Congress to review the new net neutrality rules.
The new bill still allows companies to share some unnecessary personal information with government agencies, a critic says
A patent infringement ruling at the USITC could lead to orders requiring ISPs to block access to websites, critics say