Attempts by governmental bodies to improve or impede communications with or between the citizenry.
Government & Communications
Jeff Sessions testifies: Refuses to say whether he spoke to President Trump about Comey’s handling of Russia investigation
Attorney General Jeff Sessions refused to answer repeated questions from the Senate Intelligence Committee June 13 about his private conversations with President Donald Trump, including whether he spoke to Trump about former FBI Director James B.
President Donald Trump’s key advisers appear to be deeply involved in government technology teams founded under Barack Obama.
Top Democratic Sens on the Homeland Security Committee are asking inspectors general at 24 federal agencies to investigate whether Trump Administration officials are skirting federal records laws by using encrypted and vanishing messaging apps.
Senate Republicans shocked the Capitol with an apparent crackdown on media access that immediately drew criticism from reporters and lawmakers.
Once upon a time, public congressional hearings were a means of helping Americans better understand the workings of their government.
[Commentary] Among the range of complex foreign policy issues yet to be addressed by the Trump administration is a serious concern for global internet freedom.
This report examines the implications for communities of color of fifth-generation wireless technology (also known as 5G) and Smart City technology.
Rep Mike Quigley (D-IL) introduced legislation to classify presidential social media posts — including President Donald Trump's much-discussed tweets — as presidential records.
[Commentary] Over the last month, the Federal Communications Commission received 2.6 million public comments critical of Chairman Ajit Pai’s plan to roll back President Obama’s "network neutrality" rules.
President Doanld Trump doubled down on his tweet in which he called former FBI director James Comey “a leaker” following Comey’s testimony. The president took questions during a Rose Garden newser June 9.