A procedural vote on a bill to limit the NSA's telephone records collection program could happen Tuesday.
Internet companies will move toward offering more privacy-enhancing tools, some privacy advocates say.
NOAA shut down some services for unscheduled maintenance after four websites were compromised
Speaker of the House John Boehner says he has significant concerns about the legislation
The president's call for reclassification of broadband under telephone-style regulations helps nudge the FCC in that direction
Data breach affects names, Social Security numbers and other information of 800,000 employees, USPS says
A proposal to reclassify only part of broadband service as a regulated utility wouldn't protect consumers, groups say
Legislation allowing cross-border Internet sales tax collections would cost US shoppers $24 billion in 2015, an antitax group says.
The 26-year-old was arrested Wednesday in San Francisco and faces multiple charges in New York.
The FCC's Lifeline program should subsidize broadband, not just voice service, for low-income US residents, the group says.
The broadband provider, which sued the FCC over the agency's 2010 rules, says it might not challenge a basic set of regulations
But a DOJ lawyer calls on an appeals court to overturn an injunction against the phone records collection program
An agency proposal would require incumbent carriers to share last-mile networks with competitors
A hybrid regulatory approach dividing up broadband into two services is among options being considered, the agency says
Predicted Republican majorities in the House and Senate may not lead to big changes in net neutrality and other issues