The president’s long-awaited nominees are strong proponents of narrowing the digital divide and restoring net neutrality rules.
The governor warned that he would take legal action against a journalist who identified a vulnerability that exposed teachers’ Social Security numbers.
A federal judge ruled that the content-delivery service doesn’t “contribute” to copyright infringement.
According to new documents, officers ask people they stop for their Facebook and Twitter account details, and then feed the data into Palantir.
Civil rights organizations say the company’s intention to scan images for child sexual abuse material could harm some children and threaten free speech.
The Open App Markets Act would loosen the tech giants’ grip on the app economy. But a PR campaign against it is already underway.
The FCC won’t be able to do most of the things the president encouraged in his executive order until he nominates a fifth commissioner.
The complaint alleges nearly 30 percent of the internet company’s DSL customers may have received speeds slower than what they paid for.
Three years after acquiring Time Warner, the wireless carrier is shedding its media business to prioritize fiber and 5G.