ISPs Have Asked the Senate to Limit Funds for Rural Internet
Proposals being considered by the Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry would block communities from getting funding.
Here's How Every Senator Voted on Restoring Net Neutrality
On Wednesday, the US Senator passed a resolution under the Congressional Review Act to overturn the FCC's repeal of net neutrality.
Senators Just Passed a Resolution to Restore Net Neutrality
The Congressional Review Act resolution passed with 52-47 votes. Now it goes to the House.
Democratic Senators Are Officially Forcing a Net Neutrality Vote
On Wednesday, Senators officially filed their petition to force a vote on restoring net neutrality.
Everything You Need to Know About Mark Zuckerberg’s Testimony to Congress
Facebook’s CEO and founder testified in front of House and Senate committees on data security and how the social media site is trying to improve.
Zuckerberg Says People Don't Understand How Facebook Uses Their Data Because Privacy Policies Are Hard
The Facebook CEO and billionaire told members of Congress that ‘long privacy policies are very confusing.’
Congress's Biggest Opponent of Net Neutrality Is Getting Destroyed in Midterm Election Polls
Marsha Blackburn is trying to jump from the House to the Senate—and is losing by 10 points to a Democrat in Tennessee, a state Donald Trump won by 26 points.
Senator Introduces Fake Net Neutrality Bill Championed By ISPs Then Pretends He's Fighting Against Them
The bill, introduced by Louisiana Senator John Kennedy, mirrors legislation that has been pushed in the House that would enshrine the ability for ISPs to screw you over.
The SEC Is Mad About All These ICOs, Wants the Government to Regulate Cryptocurrency Trading
The commission may need new powers, chairman Jay Clayton told the US Senate.
The SEC Chairman Will Tell Congress He Supports Regulating Cryptocurrency Trading
The chairman will testify on Tuesday morning.
Government Shutdowns Are a Disaster for Scientific Research
NASA, the NIH and CDC were some of the biggest victims of the last government shutdown in 2013.
The Senate Just Voted to Expand the Warrantless Surveillance of US Citizens
Once Trump signs the bill into law, US intelligence agencies will be able to spy on the electronic communications of Americans with an overseas contact without a warrant.
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