Anti-encryption bill changes would limit some effects on security
The proposed alterations would limit the legislation's reach, but wouldn't eliminate its core flaws.
'Hamilton' creator Miranda joins the fight against ticket bots
He's promoting a Senate bill that would clamp down on automated ticket scalping.
Senate approves national GMO labeling standard
It's headed to the House of Representatives.
Warrantless data searches narrowly miss Senate approval
John McCain's legislation would have given the FBI easy access to phone and internet records.
Senate anti-encryption bill is effectively dead, for now
When the White House, CIA and NSA won't support it, the legislation doesn't stand much of a chance.
Senator behind biometric privacy act tries to remove its teeth
Proposed revisions would effectively end Illinois lawsuits against Google, Snapchat and Facebook.
Senate introduces bill to limit the FBI's new hacking rules
The Stop Mass Hacking Act would specifically block search warrants for remote computers.
Government officials can no longer be ignorant about cybersecurity
At this point, it's unacceptable to not understand how technology works.
Submit your questions for the US Senate's first open debate
The public, not the media, will shape Florida's April 25th debate.