Edward Snowden, the ex-government contractor who leaked classified information from the National Security Agency and fled to Russia, has joined Twitter.
New documents show that the Feds used the threat of $250,000 a day fines to force Yahoo to cooperate with the NSA’s controversial PRISM program.
The Supreme Court has decided in Riley v. California that police cannot search cell phones without a warrant.
Edward Snowden’s NBC interview with Brian Williams was tonight. Here are the top moments, revelations, and highlights from the interview.
NBC’s Brian Williams interview with Edward Snowden will air Wednesday, May 28, at 10 p.m. Here’s what to expect.
NBC’s Brian Williams will air his interview with NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden on May 28. It’s Snowden’s first interview with a mainstream American news outlet.
The USA Freedom Act is a bill seeking to limit NSA bulk collection of data. It just passed the House.
In in United States for the first time since the Snowden leaks, Glenn Greenwald and Laura Poitras arrived in New York to accept the Polk Award.
Frank Arthur Janssen, 63, was rescued in Atlanta after he went missing in North Carolina. He may have been kidnapped because of his daughter.
Whistleblower Edward Snowden spoke via moving video chat robot at Ted2014 saying the most shocking revelations are yet to come, and why you should care.
Today, Senator Dianne Feinstein, chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, spoke about CIA surveillance on Congress and congressional aides.
Watch the video of here of Edward Snowden’s talk about the NSA and privacy with the ACLU’s Chris Sogohian and Ben Wizner.
Edward Snowden has submitted a testimony on world-wide government surveillance to the EU parliament. Read the whole statement here.
He will be discussing surveillance with the ACLU.
New Snowden leaks reveal that the GCHQ and NSA program Optic Nerve takes screenshots during Yahoo webcam video chats.