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Phone Companies Have a New Regulator to Worry About

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is demanding that Sprint refund consumers millions of dollars for unwanted charges.

Sony Cancels Release of The Interview Amid Hacker Threats of Violence

The decision comes after the nation's largest theaters had pulled the film amid recent threats of terrorism from the "Guardians of the Peace" hackers.

 

Google: 2015 Will Be the 'Moment' to Reform NSA Spying

Despite a crushing defeat this year, the search giant is already preparing for 2015 to push surveillance reform in Congress.

FCC Plans Massive Fine of Sprint for Bogus Charges

The cell-phone company billed customers for services they never asked for, according to an investigation by federal regulators.

Tech Giants Join Microsoft's Privacy Fight Against Justice Department

Apple, Amazon, Verizon, AT&T, and others want to keep the U.S. using search warrants to seize private data stored overseas. 

Senate Fails to Finish Spending Bill

Ted Cruz on the right and Elizabeth Warren on the left hold firm in their opposition.

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