Warrantless surveillance of foreigners is being used by the National Security Agency "to get to Americans,” the Kentucky senator says.
In light of the recent revelations gleaned from the Snowden documents, we dug up the video and transcript of Edward Snowden's first interview with a media outlet, a clip from the German channel ARD, which wasn't covered by US media In light of the recent revelations gleaned from the Snowden documents, we dug up the video and transcript of Edward Snowden's first interview with a media outlet, a clip from the German channel ARD, which was previously blocked by U .
Sick of being tracked without your consent or knowledge by the National Security Agency and its ilk? Amnesty International has an app for that.
An amendment adopted by a House committee would, if enacted, take a step toward removing the National Security Agency from the business of meddling with encryption standards that protect security on the Internet.
Beyond the political fallout of NSA spying, there is a considerable risk that there will be serious economic consequences too.
It’s long been the Holy Grail of communications: technology that not only maximizes privacy, but also reveals when a message has been intercepted or copied.
Truthdig columnist Chris Hedges discussed "recent conflicting federal court decisions on the legality of NSA spying" in a talk at the Connecticut Civil Liberties Conference at Central Connecticut State University on Saturday.
The Google co-founder condemned U.S. government snooping on the Internet as a threat to democracy Wednesday.
The vindictiveness toward Edward Snowden in official Washington has nothing to do with law breaking and everything to do with the privileges of power.
When President Obama looked us in the eye and said that the U.S. is not engaged in electronic surveillance for economic reasons, he was lying through his teeth.