The 2015 rules prohibit internet service providers from blocking, slowing or prioritizing websites and apps.
After the Parkland school shooting, Russian-linked bots were used to drive the discussion around gun control. Twitter is fighting back.
Twitter is trying to cut down the number of spam accounts on its site - but some conservative users aren't fond of the way Twitter is going about it.
A video suggesting a student who survived the school shooting in Florida is an actor was a No. 1 trending video on YouTube on Wednesday.
They might be fictional characters, but the droids of "Star Wars" are already informing the design of real robots here on Earth.
AT&T plans to introduce mobile 5G in a dozen cities by the end of 2018.
The task force will look at election interference, violence online, exploitation of information and other abuses of technology.
Eligible Prime members will earn 5 percent cash back on their Whole Foods purchases when they use the Amazon Prime Rewards Visa card.
FireEye, a cybersecurity research firm, says a group dubbed "Reaper" has expanded its cyber espionage efforts to Japan, Vietnam and the Middle East.
The hyperloop would connect the cities of Pune and Mumbai in just 25 minutes. It currently takes more than three hours to make the trip.
SpaceX plans to launch two satellites equipped with internet technology to test the company's internet-in-space project.
Campaigns were estimated to have spent more than $1 billion on digital ads in 2016. But politics on social media can have drawbacks.