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For now, the Internet of Things doesn't use enough network capacity to stir up arguments
The defendants stole trade secrets from Westinghouse Electric, United States Steel and other companies, the DOJ says
Chambers was reacting to reports that the U.S. National Security Agency intercepts equipment shipped abroad to install surveillance tools
Five people said to work for the Chinese People's Liberation Army are expected to be charged with hacking later Monday
The FCC asks for public comment on reclassifying broadband, allowing 'commercially reasonable' traffic management and other issues
The FCC's chairman says he's looking for more public comment on his proposal.
Rules for the upcoming TV spectrum auction would reserve a portion of spectrum for smaller carriers if price targets are reached
Despite much criticism, the FCC is pushing forward with the first step toward formalizing new rules that could result in the end of the Internet as we know it.
The agency officially releases its chairman's proposal, while asking whether to reregulate broadband
Digital groups team up to file yet another complaint against the search giant
A proposal from two US lawmakers aims at personal data outsourced by public schools
A small group of protestors camp out beside the FCC building and call for the agency to reregulate broadband.
Many Twitter users call on the FCC to reclassify broadband and subject it to utility-style rules.
A reclassification of broadband as a regulated service would hurt the industry and its customers, CEOs said
Google is already under investigation in other antitrust cases before the Competition Commission of India