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The U.S. House of Representatives passed a new version of the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) today, but the new version of the bill may still die in the U.S. Senate.
The US Senate voted today to block an effort by one of their own to overturn the net neutrality rules that were approved by the FCC late in December 2010; the rules go into effect November 20.
Google Chairman Eric Schmidt was in the hot seat in a US Senate hearing room in Washington DC on Wednesday, as he was grilled over Google's dominant position in the Internet search business.
Last month we reported on a proposed law in the United States Senate that if passed and signed by the President would make the streaming of illegal videos over the Internet a felony. The law,...
If you are streaming what you know to be a pirated movie or TV episode via the Internet on your laptop, PC or even your cell phone, you might be committing a felony if a...
The debate over the tracking of smartphone customers over the last few weeks could lead to a law that in theory will allow consumers the rights to shut off such features. Advertising Age's web site...