Apple has responded to a letter from U.S. Congressman Edward Markey about what it does with location data from iOS devices. While much of it is a rehash of the Q&A, Apple says there's an unnamed third-party that's getting some of the data.
At start of hearing at Harvard Law School about Comcast's slowdown of file-sharing traffic, federal regulators warn that they're not taking the allegations lightly.
Colorado Democrat has a good reason to say the Stop Online Piracy Act will "destroy the Internet as we know it." He previously founded a Web hosting company and BlueMountainArts.com.
GOP committee chairman says Stop Online Piracy Act hands the attorney general far too much power and will be too "controversial" for Republican leaders to send to the House floor for a vote.
Rep. Ed Markey is the latest politician on Capitol Hill to ask Apple for answers over a report that says the company's iOS software keeps track of users' location.
One of the key features of Amazon's new Kindle Fire tablet is the Silk browser, which is already causing controversy on its own. Rep. Ed Markey has some questions for Jeff Bezos.
After CBS News investigation, Rep. Ed Markey wants copy machine industry to "step up."
Google-Verizon proposal for limited Net neutrality rules doesn't allow for sufficient regulation, Rep. Ed Markey and three other House members claim.
Congressmen Ed Markey and Joe Barton, who targeted Apple and Google before, now want Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg to answer some pointed privacy questions.
By now, politicians are used to being subjects of footage on the site, for better or worse. Rep. Ed Markey decided to take matters into his own hands.