The agency is asking for information about complaints that large broadband providers are deliberately not upgrading peering arrangement to favor their own video services versus streams from, say, Netflix.
If private companies don't improve their security efforts, the agency will step in with regulations, the FCC's chairman said.
The digital rights group wants to see a DOJ memo that allows the FBI to collect phone records.
The FCC's net neutrality rules need to make room for some traffic management, the company says. But critics say Cisco just simply wants some extra cash.
Critics are raising questions about news that a conversation bot passed an AI test.
The Snowden revelations about NSA surveillance have ignited a debate, but little action in Washington.
Several senators say they oppose reform legislation, even though many advocates see it as too weak
Senator Al Franken calls on Congress to pass a bill banning the creation of mobile spy apps.
Google, Snowden and digital rights groups encourage Web users to adopt privacy tools
The agency's comments page goes down after comic commentator John Oliver urges people to take action.
Two U.S. courts unseal charges releated to the giant botnet and the Cryptolocker ransomware.
Advocacy groups say the companies should look first for U.S. tech workers for U.S. IT jobs
Lawyers say the House Oversight Committee is investigating a P-to-P security vendor tied to the agency.
GOP Representative Bob Latta's legislation would limit the FCC's authority in its current net neutrality proceeding.
CA 'knowingly overcharged' the US government for software licenses and maintenance, the DOJ says