Chinese telcom player ZTE has plenty of attention from senators as it continues to face punishment from sanctions violations and fraud.
On the same day Governor Jerry Brown signed the law that restored net neutrality regulations on ISPs, Attorney General Jeff Sessions filed a lawsuit.
Lawyers say she was never given a reason why her iPhone was confiscated for 120 days, especially given what was on the device.
Google has been fined more than €4 billion for tying up Android with its search and web services. We've updated this story with a statement from Google.
For law enforcement agencies, this update knocks out their current methods for cracking into iPhones and iPads in evidence bins.
It was a nominal fine for the chaebol over allegations of price fixing through pressuring its resellers in the federation.
Generally, days-old logs of a citizen's location information stored via their wireless carrier will consistently require a search warrant.
In New South Wales, the government has commissioned a study to look into the digital behaviors of students from kindergarten to Year 12.
In its latest round of actions, the SCOTUS has pushed into a review phase for whether allegations of Apple's anticompetitive behavior should be cast aside.
The Defense Department's budget for the next year, as the senate has it written, will prevent ZTE from sourcing parts from US contractors.
Cramming and slamming are the two big dubious practices that are under the gun after several port-out scandals and a whole ton of unnecessary fees.
For now, the tool is available to Apple ID account holders in the European Union and a few other countries. Now all we have to do is wait for the data to come out and get sorted.
It's been about a month since the Commerce Department locked ZTE out of products from American companies. Lawmakers want to make sure that stays the case.
Everything you need to know about GDPR. Whether it is about your fitness app, doing online shopping, applying for a credit card or just sending your Résumé around, the highly anticipated European legislation, called GDPR, will bring changes that you need to be aware of.
After months of regulatory uncertainty as to when the repeal of the Open Internet Order would take effect, we finally have a due date.
The Office of Management and Budget still has to sign off on several aspects of the Title II protection repeal that require a change in funding.
Why can't WhatsApp freely share all the data Facebook wants? WhatsApp is still just a messaging service while Facebook has grown to be complex and data-driven for revenues.
It's the first state law with teeth to go against the FCC's "Restoring Internet Freedom Order" and will surely be the subject of legal disputes.
While Verizon pads its move as one that will stop theft and bring it in line with the rest of the industry, it had been bound by the FCC in 2008 to not lock any of its handsets.
AT&T's clarion call is raising doubts from net neutrality activists given its support for the repeal of Title II protections. That said, one thing's for sure: new laws would cement things up.
One bill comes from a Democratic senator, the other from a Republican representative. Which is more net neutral? Which has a chance on the floor?
The commission's three Republican members voted against the two Democratic members to remove regulations that activists say promoted net neutrality.
The Open Internet Order equalized internet access after a raft of conflicts between content providers and internet providers. It may be killed.