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Judge John D. Bates in a letter on behalf of the federal judiciary opposes some of the proposed reforms of surveillance programs
Members of a review panel say their recommendations would not hurt legitimate terrorism investigations.
The FCC has options, but many of them aren't likely to prevail.
The matter is urgent because the current draft regulation is on a tight timeline, the groups said
Domestic retailers will no longer be at a disadvantage from fiscal year 2015 for e-books and other online content.
The EU could make better use of spectrum in the UHF band, said a European Commissioner
Forthcoming spectrum auctions will determine availability of additional blocks of unlicensed spectrum.
A group of activist groups and Internet companies are planning a coordinated protest of U.S. National Security Agency surveillance on Feb. 11, with the hope that millions of people will join them.
The Commission wants to extend its deadline by six months to give countries such as Germany a chance to adopt new payment rules
Keeping networks open for innovators is a major policy imperative, he said
Google was to help the country's election commission with voter facilitation services
Data collection by companies, particularly related to the Internet of things, need to be discussed
Movement on the controversial issue should be possible this year, says Penny Pritzker
CNIL says Google broke a French privacy law when it merged the privacy policies of its services
EU report also calls for safe harbor agreement to be suspended