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The agency and privacy certification provider reach a settlement on its recertification promises
Wheeler's proposal would raise a tax on telephone lines by up to $0.16 a month
Obama's endorsement of utility-style regulation for broadband gets a cool reception at a conservative gathering.
The telecom industry doesn't favor what it calls 'overly restrictive measures on net neutrality'
The so-called "dirtboxes" are used to locate criminals, but they can pick up a lot of other people's phones along the way.
A procedural vote on a bill to limit the NSA's telephone records collection program could happen Tuesday.
NOAA shut down some services for unscheduled maintenance after four websites were compromised
There has been too little reform since the Snowden revelations, Google said
The new Commissioner needs time to decide on next steps as the matter is complex
The case, for which the plaintiff seeks class-action status, comes after years of missed iMessage problems
President Obama has made his strongest statement on net neutrality to date, calling on the Federal Communications Commission to reclassify broadband as a regulated utility and to prohibit broadband providers from charging Web content producers for paid traffic prioritization.
Speaker of the House John Boehner says he has significant concerns about the legislation
The president's call for reclassification of broadband under telephone-style regulations helps nudge the FCC in that direction
Data breach affects names, Social Security numbers and other information of 800,000 employees, USPS says
A proposal to reclassify only part of broadband service as a regulated utility wouldn't protect consumers, groups say
Many of the top websites in China have agreed to better regulate their online comment sections