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House Advances Cybersecurity Bill Despite Surveillance Fears

The Intelligence Committee unanimously passed its information-sharing bill Thursday.

'You're Playing God with the Internet!' Republican Shouts at FCC Chief

Rep. Louie Gohmert lashes out over net neutrality regulations.


House Advances Bill to Combat Cybertheft

A House subcommittee advanced legislation Wednesday aimed at preventing the kinds of massive hacks of personal information that have hit Target and Home Depot in recent years.

House Panel Tries to Ease Privacy Fears With New Cybersecurity Legislation

The House Intelligence Committee will introduce an information-sharing bill Tuesday, amid worries it may bolster NSA surveillance.    

Internet Providers Sue to Kill Net Neutrality

The first legal shots have been fired in the battle over Internet regulation.

Under Political Pressure, NFL Suspends TV Blackouts

The league will decide whether to permanently end the unpopular policy at the end of the season.

For First Time in 7 Years, FCC Fines TV Station for Nudity

A Virginia TV station admits to airing a porn clip during the news, but it says the FCC is violating its free-speech rights.

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