Spy agencies square off with Congress over proposed reforms that would prevent phone record data collection and more.
Google today testified about an outdated privacy law, while law enforcement representatives attempted to impose their own agenda.
Carrier spells out the "bottom line" in response to the recent hubbub over whether unlocking phones should be made legal again.
The regulatory agency is working on a new proposal which would ban personal electronic devices from the cockpit for the entire flight.
Some of the nation's top technology companies are asking Congress to open up more airwaves for smartphones and tablets.
Bill that once contained a controversial revision is due up for a vote Thursday, though some say what updates remain are too narrow.
Says he won't support revisions that advocates say would have given law enforcement warrantless access to emails, Facebook posts and more.
According to a new report, Chinese intelligence agencies and hackers are the biggest threat to cyber security in the U.S.
Huawei has been cleared of spying for China by an 18-month White House assessment according to two sources.