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Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel: The Internet came from capitalism, not the government

Speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference, Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel said of the 2020 election, “It’s going to be a choice. Are we going to want capitalism?

Critics say FTC's fine against app now known as TikTok doesn't go far enough

Some Federal Trade Commission officials are calling the agency's $5.7 million fine against Musical.ly (now known as TikTok) for children’s privacy violations a “big win.” But critics say it highlights how Washington regulators aren’t doing enough

OneWeb wants to rebuild the Internet in space, connecting billions not on the Web. Can it succeed?

On Feb 27, the first six of satellites of Greg Wyler's company, OneWeb, are expected to be launched from a remote launch site in French Guiana, a key step toward building out a constellation that could eventually reach nearly 2,000.

House Privacy Hearing Shows Representatives United on Privacy, Divided on Details

The House Consumer Protection Subcommittee hearing on privacy showcased both the bipartisan call for federal legislation and the reason a bipartisan bill will be no slam dunk.

US Cyber Command operation disrupted Internet access of Russian troll factory on day of 2018 midterms

The US military blocked Internet access to an infamous Russian entity seeking to sow discord among Americans during the 2018 midterms, several US officials said, a warning that the group’s operations against the United States are not cost-free.