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A leaked document suggests the European Commission will launch a probe into U.S. online platform providers
Facebook opens up Internet.org...big fight highlights Periscope piracy...Feds to share more about secret phone tracking
The Department of Justice aims to disclose more about the use of the cell-site simulators
Seven organizations, including AT&T, ask the Federal Communications Commission to put net neutrality rules on hold.
The recent USA Freedom Act doesn't go far enough in reforming surveillance, an ACLU lawyer says
The settlement between owners Escape Media and the record companies was made ahead of a jury trial for award of damages.
Now the bill goes to the House floor for a vote
The government ordered mobile social media apps blocked amid protests over president's third-term bid
Senator Rand Paul joins House Republicans in introducing a resolution of disapproval
Apple said the impact of the payment of the disputed back taxes could be "material"
Amit Yoran also says the need for intelligence shouldn't slow down the use of encryption
It's impossible to ensure that only good guys will be able to access them, lawmakers say.
Online services are credited with keeping people informed during the runup to the elections
Legislation introduced in the U.S. Congress this month would fast-track approval of the trade deal
Facebook has already filed a lawsuit against the Dutch data protection authority over an investigation into its privacy practices
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