The company's argument against being regulated amounts to not much more than scare tactics
Rumors of continued work lain to rest by sworn testimony
Lawmakers want answers, including how the commission calculated the fine
Bill proposes extended rules for how FCC handles violators and carriers
Steeper fines, longer statute of limitations, and a mandate to authenticate and block automated calls
NSA quietly stops controversial mass phone surveillance program after public outcry and widespread technical issues
The program is set to expire in December and Congress likely won't renew it
'It's a limited effort internally currently.'
Congress wants answers in two weeks
Topics will include alleged bias against conservatives
Can net neutrality make a comeback?
Also, water is wet.
Search giant defends policy that allowed some apps full access to Gmail accounts
AI was nixing content based on the behavior of the banned accounts' followers
It says "the customer is not our product"
Find out what data Facebook collects on you
Democrats will use the Congressional Review Act to force a Senate vote on the restoration of net neutrality
The vote is expected to take place next week
Interesting and funny bits, including the CEO's leaked notes
The CEO discusses data privacy and election interference
Trying to put the Cambridge Analytica issue in the past
It'll be Zuckerberg's first time in front of Congress
Securities and Exchange Commission would gain oversight
Legislation would still have to pass the House and President Trump
Cupertino has one more fish to fry
Oregon Senator Wyden introduces the Protecting Data at the Border Act
FBI, NSA directors deny Trump wiretape claims and confirm ongoing Russia investigation over 2016 election
"No information that supports those tweets," FBI also launches Russia investigation over election