The indictment of the Pakistani man is the first focused on an alleged mobile spyware app, the DOJ says.
Middleware firm Tibco announced earlier this month it was considering financial alternatives
Shades of "The Wire": The agency has talked to Apple and Google about concerns that new security will help criminals, the director says.
Groups disagree on how the agency should apply any regulations it might pass
The US HHS doesn't require strong passwords in some systems and is slow to patch vulnerabilties, the GAO says
Republican lawmakers and witnesses repeat criticisms that net neutrality rules would slow broadband investment.
Members of Congress are set to leave Washington for an extended fall recess in a few days
A lower court made mistakes in defining the value of the patented technology asserted by VirnetX, an appeals court says.
The agency is now focused on analyzing the 3 million comments it has received
The agency will enforce existing laws related to privacy and discrimination, the FTC's chairwoman says
Two lawmakers ask the companies to explain the cause of recent data breaches
CALinnovates calls on the FCC to stay away from reclassifying broadband as a public utility
A recent breach raises questions about the company's data protection practices, two senators say
IBM, Cisco, Intel and other companies oppose calls to reclassify and regulate broadband as a common carrier
Several large websites will display site-loading spinning wheel icons to symbolize slow connections.