Ali Breland

Rep Kelly introduces bill to make government websites mobile-friendly

House Oversight Subcommittee on Information Technology Ranking Member Robin Kelly (D-IL) is introducing a new bill aimed at bridging the digital divide by requiring all future government websites to be mobile friendly.

Democratic Lawmakers demand concessions from GOP to get net neutrality compromise

Democratic lawmakers say they’re not interested in cutting a network neutrality deal with Republicans, arguing that their counterparts across the aisle aren’t offering enough concessions.

Sen Schatz: FCC Chairman Pai may have violated law in network neutrality rollout

Sen Brian Schatz (D-Hawaii) said the way that Federal Communications Chairman Ajit Pai introduced his plan to roll back network neutrality may have skirted the law.

Surveillance, visa reforms top House Judiciary Chairman Goodlatte's tech agenda

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) unveiled his committee’s agenda on technology and innovation.

Senate Republicans introduce anti-network neutrality legislation

Sen Mike Lee (R-UT) introduced a bill to nullify the Federal Communications Commission’s network neutrality rules and prohibit the FCC from issuing a similar rule in the future. Sens.

Internet's biggest players duck net neutrality fight

Some of the biggest names on the internet are trying to stay out of the contentious, public fight over the future of the Obama-era network neutrality rules.

What killing net neutrality means for the internet

[Commentary] Here are 4 ways the internet will change if Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai gets his way on net neutrality: 1) More free data plans, 2) Internet fast lanes, 3) Smaller internet service providers and internet startu

Consumer groups blast DHS head for seeking travelers' social media passwords

A coalition of consumer advocacy groups is calling on the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to oppose requiring foreign nationals to provide their social media passwords to enter the US.

Google reaches $7.8M settlement with Russia in antitrust case

Google is paying a $7.8 million fine and agreeing to open up its Android mobile operating system to competitors' search engines in Russia. The settlement ends a two-year fight with Russian antitrust regulators.

Tech gears up for showdown over net neutrality

The tech world is gearing up for a showdown over the Obama-era network neutrality rules.