The case, part of a lawyer's long legal battle against intelligence officials for allegedly violating his Fourth Amendment rights, was filed when Barack Obama was president. The case, part of a lawyer's long legal battle against intelligence officials for allegedly violating his Fourth Amendment rights, was filed when Barack Obama was president.
Legislation proposed by Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., would make permanent an expiring section of the National Security Agency’s warrantless surveillance program.
The new website aims to provide "courageous whistleblowers" an outlet to ensure crucial information continues making its way to the public.
On Tuesday, a federal appeals court found that the Wikimedia Foundation had standing to argue that the National Security Agency was violating its First and Fourth Amendment rights by spying on its users' communications.
The global cyberattack that hit over 70 countries last week stemmed from National Security Agency software.
Disruptions have been reported in at least 74 countries, including Russia, Spain, Turkey and Japan, with some reports of U.S. infiltration as well.
In the frenzy over the Trump team's talks with Russians, a darker story may be getting missed: how "deep state" surveillance powers control American leaders.
The organization claims the CIA probably "infected" Apple's supply chain, intercepting shipments and uploading secret software to Apple devices.
2016 is history. As we turn the page on this strange and difficult year, Truthdig editors and writers look ahead to what the new year might bring.
Progressives have no reason to be optimistic about retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn as national security adviser or Rep. Michael Pompeo as CIA director.