Network neutrality could be GOP's next repeal-and-replace target

Leading Republicans want to get rid of the Federal Communications Commission’s network neutrality rules — and substitute them with less-stringent legislation.

Maryland blogger settles defamation lawsuit brought by Melania Trump

A Maryland blogger has settled a defamation lawsuit filed by first lady Melania Trump.

Trump's fleeting tweets alarm archivists

President Donald Trump sent a number of tweets to the 23.5 million followers of his personal Twitter account.

The Politicization of Everything

Tired of the election and our latest First 100 Days already? Too bad. Good luck trying to disengage.

Silicon Valley leaders organizing against President Trump

A collection of Silicon Valley executives, engineers and activists are quietly plotting a progressive counterattack against President Donald Trump, a sign of the industry's growing anger at his election victory and actions on immigration.

Federal workers turn to encryption to thwart Trump

Federal employees worried that President Donald Trump will gut their agencies are creating new email addresses, signing up for encrypted messaging apps and looking for other, protected ways to push back against the new administration’s agenda.

Judge Gorsuch No Stranger to Tech

President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court pick, Judge Neil Gorsuch, has tackled some of the biggest issues in tech during his time on the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals, spanning e-mail privacy and Microsoft antitrust and the “Amazon tax.” Judge Gorsu

Former FCC Staffers Launch Consulting Firm

Paul de Sa, Ruth Milkman and Jon Wilkins, who left the Federal Communications Commission at the end of Chairman Tom Wheeler’s era, are launching Quadra Partners, an advisory firm aimed at executives and investors in the wireless and broadband sect

Trump immigration order causes alarm among Europeans

Mexico isn’t the only close ally and trading partner peeved by President Trump’s flurry of executive actions.

President Trump moves to put his own stamp on Voice of America

On January 23, President Donald Trump dispatched two aides to scope out the studios of Voice of America, heightening concerns among some longtime staffers that President Trump may quickly put his stamp on the broadcasting arm that has long pushed