Li Zhou Borrows Liberally from Non-Profit

The Trump transition's new website features pages copied whole-cloth from the site of the nonpartisan and nonprofit Partnership for Public Service's Center for Presidential Transitions, with minimal attribution and no editing.

Pallante Resigns

Register of Copyrights Maria Pallante submitted her resignation to Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden, a Library spokesperson confirmed.

Clinton Transition Corner

Sen Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and her progressive allies are pushing Hillary Clinton to curb the market power of tech giants like Apple, Amazon and Google - putting the Democratic nominee in a bind over how hard to police an industry that's showered

Lawmakers Eye App Competition

A new letter to the Federal Trade Commission by Rep Hank Johnson (D-GA) and friends asks the agency to probe the “increasing difficulty that app developers have in reaching and communicating with customers in some app ecosystems.” But the note has

Names Emerge for Clinton FCC

The early contenders to run the Federal Communications Commission in a Hillary Clinton administration include longtime Clinton allies and donors, say sources close to the campaign.

The Broadband Question

An array of civil rights and tech organizations including the NAACP, New America's Open Technology Institute, the Benton Foundation and the Center for Democracy and Technology are urging NBC anchor and debate moderator Lester Holt (and the other d

Could Tech Be Rep Mike Honda’s Achilles Heel?

The rematch between longtime Rep Mike Honda (D-CA) and upstart Ro Khanna to represent a large chunk of Silicon Valley is as tight as ever.

Network neutrality advocate Tim Wu joins White House

Tim Wu, the law professor and tech policy expert best known for coining the term “net neutrality,” has joined the Office of Management and Budget to work on economic competitiveness issues. Wu willwork closely with the National Economic Council.

Rep Darrell Issa’s Race

Election 2016 isn't all about the White House so Politico is rolling out a series on congressional contests in which prominent techies are facing stiff competition. First up is Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA).