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By Tim Molloy
Congress was already looking at U.S. copyright statutes and Tuesday's Supreme Court decision may accelerate that process
Former congresswoman shot in Tucson spree calls for gun control just before the NRA's Wayne LaPierre repeats call for armed guards in schools
Ukraine and Switzerland also cited for lax approach to copyright protection
Senate Commerce Committee chairman Sen. Jay Rockefeller says he wants to make sure consumers aren't "caught in the crossfire in programming disputes"
FCC officials have asked lawmakers to restore a ruling that would give financial breaks to those selling media properties to minorities
The bill passed as part of a payroll tax cut extension, but a controversial pipeline provision could spell problems
New rules stem from Congress' Commercial Advertisement Loudness Mitigation Act and will be adopted by 2012
"Need to find a better solution than #SOPA #DontBreakTheInternet," the Democratic House leader tweets
House Judiciary Committee's bill would give the government broad power to disable credit-card processing and pull ads from rogue websites
Faced with accusations that it's secretly tracking its users, company says it's merely see what transmission towers they're using so that it can optimize service
Invites represenatives from Apple and Google in the wake of a report that the software into mobile devices can track user movement
Funding for ‘Sesame Street,’ PBS NewsHour and other public-television programming will remain relatively intact following an intense debate in Congress
Vote aims to overturn controversial regulations that prevent internet providers from charging fees for premium services
Politicians from both sides of the aisle pledged their support for legislation to better enforce copyright protection on Monday
Group, which includes the MPAA, AFTRA and major studios, wants to work with Washington to strengthen piracy enforcement
House slashes $19 million allocation to help broadcasters hit by natural disasters
Cast spoke up on behalf of public broadcasting, arguing that Congress should not cut funding this week
In wake of video sting, a pair of Schillers on a spit are not going to satisfy conservatives' appetite for NPR blood
The movie legend tells the U.S. Senate Special Committee on Aging that he was "a victim of elder abuse," and "felt trapped, scared, used and frustrated"
Republicans are pushing to eliminate all federal support for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting
Press secretary lauds "Daily Show" host's support of 9/11 first responders
Henry Waxman says he has had failed to win over enough GOP support to his compromise to take the issue out of the FCC's hands
Calls House "the Andy Dick of government," Tucker Carlson an "arrogant douche"
From computer-makers to libraries, a broad swath of groups says the legislation could come back to bite us
Invited by the United Farm Workers, the Comedy Central host testifies for immigration reform after having spent a day in the fields (Video)
Will testify to a House immigration panel on “Protecting America’s Harvest," along with the United Farm Works president
All makers of loud, stupid action movies only wish their films delivered as much sheer sensation as this latest installment in the vroom-vroom saga