A reclassification of broadband as a regulated service would hurt the industry and its customers, CEOs said
The commission is scheduled to vote Thursday on rules for a 2015 auction of TV spectrum.
A cable broadband trade group and a Democratic lawmaker ask the FCC to back away from regulation of broadband
The agency asks that judges be allowed to issue warrants to search computers outside their judicial districts
The House Intelligence Committee scraps its own bill in favor of one that privacy advocates say is stronger.
A Cogent executive tells lawmakers Comcast is already using its size to extract payments from Netflix.
Rosenworcel joins fellow Democrats in raising concerns about the FCC proposal
The USA Freedom Act would require the agency to get court approval to collect records on a case-by-case basis.
The browser maker's propsal would regulate broadband providers' relationship with edge services
Privacy groups call on Web users to deploy security and encryption tools.
The two countries still have 'differences of opinion' on appropriate surveillance activities, Merkel says
Ohanian turns to crowdfunding site to raise money for a billboard opposing the FCC chairman's proposal
An attorney general alleges that a company raised $25,000 for a playing card set, but has not delivered the goods.
Big-data collection has several benefits but raises other privacy concerns, a presidential panel says.
The proposed settlement would bar eBay from entering into no-hire agreements with other tech firms