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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
Legislation allowing cross-border Internet sales tax collections would cost US shoppers $24 billion in 2015, an antitax group says.
The FCC's Lifeline program should subsidize broadband, not just voice service, for low-income US residents, the group says.
The protesters are taking a cue from recent protests in Hungary against Internet taxes.
China's investigation disrupted Qualcomm's patent licensing business
The majority of requests targeted users in the U.S.
But a DOJ lawyer calls on an appeals court to overturn an injunction against the phone records collection program
The law firm it used to battle Samsung will now lobby the federal government
The country plans to invest more in the local robotics industry to expand its presence
The move affects foreigners who live in the country, as well as local citizens were already banned from using the services.
An agency proposal would require incumbent carriers to share last-mile networks with competitors
A hybrid regulatory approach dividing up broadband into two services is among options being considered, the agency says
While scrapped for now, plans for an Internet tax could be back on the table next year