Senator asks FTC to investigate questionable ad blocking practices (updated)
Companies may have broken the law by exempting advertisers without asking.
Congress worries sale of .org could harm non-profits
They want assurances this won't limit access to a crucial internet domain.
The NSA says it stopped tracking cellphone locations without a warrant
For now, at least.
Senator Wyden pushes his ‘Mind Your Own Business’ privacy act forward
It would give the FTC more power to punish tech companies over data privacy violations.
Intelligence Committee releases heavily redacted report on 2016 election hacking
It found that warnings in 2016 did not provide enough info or go to the right people.
Senators propose legislation to protect your phone at the border
The bill would require border agents to obtain a warrant to search Americans' devices.
Senators ask the FCC to limit 5G auction to protect weather forecasts
They fear 5G in the 24 GHz band could interfere with vital weather data.
Bipartisan bill aims to curb warrantless phone searches at the border
The proposal requires border agents obtain court permission before searching.