Guess who is the number one seed
Support continues to mount for Franken bill
Bieber fever’s making its way to the Capitol
Group of seven Democratic senators vowed legislation if agency failed to limit 501(c)(4) groups’ political spending
‘Do it for the looks on your friends’ faces. Do it for the free meal’
Telephone companies currently are barred from disclosing to businesses the locations of people when they make a traditional phone call.
The Paul/Franken amendment would help ensure the Lieberman bill doesn’t cannibalize private contracts between cloud-computing providers and their customers.
‘You’re head of this at Facebook?’
Franken urged the FCC and the DOJ to reexamine Comcast’s acquisition of NBC Universal, citing a number of recent problems and complaints.
The law is clear in this area: privacy is not an antitrust issue.
Vote ends a GOP effort to stop the FCC from regulating the Internet through net neutrality
Franken calls for net neutrality, says government regulation made YouTube possible
This Week: Facebook Privacy, USF Reform, LightSquared and the TSA - Hillicon Valley
This week in tech policy: Policy makers focus on consumer rights, privacy, technology education, space and job growth.
Republican and Democratic senators ask Google’s former CEO to explain the company’s online dominance
Democratic Sen. Harry Reid vows to stand in the way of any efforts to reform Social Security
Gun control laws don’t work.
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Minnesota Democratic Sen. Al Franken blasts Obama for compromising on the tax rates even though he voted Monday to advance the proposal
Democrats still hunting for DSCC chairman - Roll Call
Majority Leader Harry Reid has struggled to find a taker for the DSCC job for the next cycle, when 23 incumbents are up for re-election
Republicans could have a filibuster-proof Senate majority as early as 2013.