The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) is investigating Facebook data protection laws when it allowed a psychological experiment on users
The former NSA contract systems analyst is living in Russia on a temporary grant of asylum
Reporter who covered Edward Snowden’s NSA revelations says he won’t visit UK because he ‘doesn’t trust’ the authorities
Reports based on leaks by Edward Snowden are in the running for journalism’s highest honor
Obama has grappled with surveillance programs since classified details were leaked by Edward Snowden
Government snooping on the internet is ‘tremendously disappointing’, Page says
The National Security Agency developed a surveillance system that can record 100% of a foreign country's telephone calls
The accidental disclosures illustrate the risks of even well-intentioned, public-interest reporting
A video has been released of The Guardian editors destroying computers storing documents leaked by Edward Snowden
Dozens of classified documents detail the NSA and GCHQ efforts to piggyback on this commercial data collection for their own purposes
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 latest revelations from Edward Snowden files say NSA collected text messages from around the world
The U.S. president had a string of meetings with advocates on both sides of the debate on balancing privacy and national security
The Syrian Electronic Army, supports Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, claims the attack
The group posted messages referring to last year’s revelations by Edward Snowden that Skype was part of MSA’s monitoring program
The federal judge upheld the legality of the program citing its need to fight terrorism
U.S. President Barack Obama came into office in 2008 promising to forge a transformational path for America and repair its standing abroad. He ...
Empires, states and tribes have been running information- seeking intelligence operations since time immemorial
Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden revealed extensive details of global electronic surveillance by the U.S. spy agency
Details of Bush-era surveillance have been released, outlining how the NSA was first authorized to start spying in October 2001
In an attempt to undermine the jihadists with evidence of their hypocrisy
Web executive also says encryption will help people overcome government surveillance
The U.S. Justice Department has no plans to prosecute the journalist who facilitated Edward Snowden’s leaks about U.S. surveillance practices, ...
U.S. intelligence leaker Edward Snowden would not be able to travel to Germany to be questioned by prosecutors about U.S. spying but can speak to them ...
Leaked documents disclosed earlier this week revealed that the U.S. National Security Agency intercepted 125 billion phone calls and SMS messages in ...
British Prime Minister David Cameron on Monday threatened unspecified action over the Guardian newspaper’s disclosures of American intelligence ...
Europeans should be grateful for U.S. spying operations because they keep them safe, U.S. lawmakers said Sunday, urging allies to improve their own ...
The National Security Agency stopped spying on German Chancellor Angela Merkel and other world leaders after the White House learned of the snooping, ...
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