Advocates say we know less than we think about how digital media use affects children’s health.
Get ready for speculation over who will take over as top Democrat on a key telecom subcommittee.
As the Senate gears up for antitrust legislation, tech giants are targeting key senators with donations.
Sen. Mike Lee of Utah is nowhere to be found on the list of senators sponsoring the bipartisan antitrust bill.
A bipartisan group of senators is introducing a long-awaited companion antitrust bill.
The FCC’s latest round of broadband funding numbers are out, but advocates are clamoring for more.
Lawmakers and White House officials are trying to ensure that artificial intelligence tools are used responsibly.
A number of Democratic tech and telecom policy staffers are trading their Hill offices for industry gigs.
The Biden administration still hasn't appointed a fifth commissioner at the FCC.
Jonathan Kanter, President Joe Biden’s nominee to head the DOJ antitrust division, will face questioning alongside a slate of judicial nominees.
Lawmakers are prepping for another Facebook beatdown today.
The Facebook whistleblower has revealed her identity.
House lawmakers are expected to keep wrangling over the bipartisan infrastructure package today.
All eyes will be on Antigone Davis, the second Facebook executive in two weeks to face tough questions from Congress.
The Senate Commerce Committee holds its first sweeping consumer privacy hearing today.
A House Judiciary panel this morning will probe ways to revamp antitrust laws.
Even before that $3.5 trillion number shrinks, some lawmakers are worried there isn’t enough for broadband in the two bills.
It’s a gap that comes at an immensely consequential time for policymakers.
The hearing, titled “Protecting Consumer Privacy,” will not be about specific privacy legislation, according to a committee aide.
The House will consider tech amendments to the National Defense Authorization Act this week.
The Senate Judiciary antitrust panel will hold a hearing on the topic this afternoon.
Another top aide is leaving committee staff for an industry gig.
AT&T hopes block an FCC order to free up some airwaves.
The acting FCC chair is wary about one provision in the bipartisan infrastructure bill.
Plus, POLITICO’s inaugural tech summit kicks off this morning,
Lawyers for California will defend the state’s net neutrality law this morning in federal court.
House E&C seeks major boost to FTC privacy efforts
The commission is part of President Joe Biden’s push to boost competition in the economy.
The House Science Committee is marking its portion of Democrats’ $3.5 trillion social spending package.
G-7 interior and security ministers plan to discuss how to contain noxious content online.