National Security Agency chief Michael Rogers fears similar attacks like the power failure in Ukraine
The 31-year-old Snowden remains wanted by the United States for espionage following his bombshell leaks
Kaspersky called the authors of the spying program ‘the Equation group,’ named after their embrace of complex encryption formulas
Washington in 2008 threatened to fine Yahoo Inc $250,000 a day if it failed to turn over customer data to intelligence agencies
Move signals final passage of reforms aimed at ending bulk data collection could come quicker than expected
Congres, tax payers and dictarors can step aside. Obama has another critic to answer to these days; Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg.
The site’s founders plan to expand its range of content and news topics over time
Key U.S. lawmakers have expressed concerns that the information would not be readily available to the officials who need it if held by non-governmental entities
The president says the collection of billions of data records by the NSA would go on to protect America
Obama said bulk data collection must be allowed to continue in order to protect America from terrorists
The U.S. president had a string of meetings with advocates on both sides of the debate on balancing privacy and national security
The federal judge upheld the legality of the program citing its need to fight terrorism
Details of Bush-era surveillance have been released, outlining how the NSA was first authorized to start spying in October 2001
Al-Qaeda and other British intelligence targets are having a field day with the leaks from former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden, ...
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