The spy-master general will step down, likely due to the NSA leak controversy.
The U.S. intelligence community’s infamous multi-billion-dollar “black budget” has been leaked by Edward Snowden to the Washington Post. What does it reveal?
New NSA documents reveals the agency have intercepted 56,000 e-mails and other communications of Americans with no terrorism connection annually over the last three years.
Facebook’s product management director announced yesterday that the company would be buying Mobile Technologies, a leading company in speech recognition.
President Barack Obama addressed the media today announcing an effort to “increase transparency and restore public trust,” which has been on a recent decline.
Reuters has revealed that the DEA has a secretive unit assigned to conducting illegal and unconstitutional surveillance techniques to aid in criminal investigations.
Edward Snowden’s been granted asylum for 1 year in Russia with help of attorney Anatoly Kucherena. Snowden’s left Moscow airport with Sarah Harrison, WikiLeaks.
Newly leaked documents from Edward Snowden have revealed the program XKeyscore which allows the NSA to read emails, Facebook chats, and more.
The Guardian reveals new leaked NSA documents that reveal their most intrusive program yet, capable of looking at ‘nearly everything’ you do online.
The 39th President of the United States, Jimmy Carter has come out against the NSA electronic spy practices.