Newly disclosed N.S.A. documents show that the agency gained access to billions of emails through a “highly collaborative” relationship with AT&T.
The spy agency will cease using the existing records by November 29, after which they will be destroyed once pending lawsuits have ended.
Thought Congress put a halt to the snooping program Snowden exposed? Think again.
It’s a step in the right direction, but we still have a long way to go.
After three failed attempts, the senate finally passed the USA Freedom Act on Tuesday evening. The president is expected to sign it into law later tonight.
A newly published Snowden leak reveals that the NSA planned to hack the Android store so that it could covertly install malware on its targets’ phones.
If the government is doing it, does that somehow make it better?
Pranksters are planting recorders around New York city, retrieving the tapes, and embedding the resulting audio on their website.
Rand Paul vows to block efforts to continue NSA bulk collection after key provision expires next month