Lawmakers Want Answers About the FBI’s Use of Pegasus Spyware

Lawmakers want information about Pegasus, the spyware developed by NSO Group, demanding answers from Apple and the FBI about the latter’s use of it.

Lawmakers Accuse Amazon of Misleading Congress, Threaten Criminal Probe

Amazon is in the hot seat, with US lawmakers accusing the e-commerce giant of misleading Congress and threatening a criminal probe in response.

Amazon Warning Sellers About Congress’ Antitrust Efforts

Amazon is contacting third-party sellers to warn them of how impending action by Congress could impact them.

FCC Announces Start Date for Emergency Broadband Program

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has announced the start date of its emergency broadband program.

Pentagon May Cancel JEDI Contract With Microsoft

The Pentagon has warned it may be forced to cancel its $10 billion JEDI contract with Microsoft amid Amazon’s ongoing legal challenges.

Senator Kirsten Gillibrand: ‘The U.S. Needs a Data Protection Agency’

Even worse, much of that data was collected without consent or, at the very least, without users knowingly agreeing to it being collected. In the digital age, that data represents a gold mine for countless companies who profit from it.

Facebook, Google Ask Congress to Make Computer Science a K-12 Priority

Facebook, Google, Microsoft, and more than a dozen other advocacy groups have sent a letter to the Chairman and ranking members of the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee and the House Education and the Workforce Committee. The letter…

Rachel Maddow Explains What Could Happen In Speaker Debacle

Rachel Maddow had a laugh or two at Republicans in Congress, who can’t seem to get their act together. John Boehner announced that he is retiring from his position as speaker of the house last month, leaving a vacant position…