“The Most Wanted Man in the World” reveals further details about his leaks in the magazine’s September issue. He also discusses his hope of returning to the U.S.
“Well, every website has an electronic address, right?”
A new report by the Pew Research Center shows that people across the world are opposed to U.S. surveillance efforts and targeted killings via drones. But, surprisingly, people still like America.
“I was a willing participant.”
In a surprise move Thursday night, the House voted to limit spying on U.S. citizens and prohibit requiring “backdoor” access for products and services.
“Well, I think he’s working for them. I wouldn’t go so far as to say a double agent but he’s working for someone.”
“The e-mail did not raise allegations or concerns about wrongdoing or abuse…”
The former NSA contractor who leaked details of U.S. intelligence-gathering programs spoke to Brian Williams in an NBC Nightly News interview in Moscow.
War of the whistleblowers.
She’s smart, funny, and tough, and she does it all without even having daddy issues. Ziva who?
The U.S. National Security Agency is using cryptology in its tweets to attract bright would-be spooks.
Young people are increasingly taking pains to protect their privacy online. If “‘Don’t talk to strangers,’ becomes ‘Delete your cookies,’ what does that mean for brands long-term?”
Gap is piloting an in-store tracking app of sorts next month and increasingly tailoring its web presence for individuals. It’s facing new mall competitors as well as Amazon, the master of online personalization.
“This behavior is quite literally part of the NSA’s job,” said an expert. “If the NSA knows about it we can assume most major agencies in other governments know about it as well.”
There’s a whole world of internet research you could be doing!
Vice Adm. Michael Rogers declines to answer a question about whether the NSA has carried out warrantless searches on the communications of American citizens.
NSA leaker Edward Snowden, speaking at a panel discussion at the South by Southwest festival Monday, blamed NSA chiefs Michael Hayden and Keith Alexander for putting the NSA on the offensive and ultimately weakening the U.S.’s national security.
GCHQ intercepted millions of Yahoo webcams, according to Guardian. And found itself with a major porn problem.
They’ll get the message eventually.
The NSA appears to be image aware.
Obama deflty deflects a French reporter’s question.
The Republican National Committee also called for an investigation into the NSA’s “unconstitutional surveillance” program.
The NSA whistle-blower answered questions Thursday about freedom, spying, and America in an online chat with Twitter users.
The NSA whistleblower could have to take an interest in what Scottish students get up to besides the River Kelvin.
President Obama spoke with Claus Kleber of the German television station ZDF in an interview Friday that focused on the NSA. Kleber called the reaction to the president’s NSA speech on Friday in Germany “skeptical, guarded, all the way to disappointed.”
Many of the reforms Obama proposed in his big intelligence speech Friday will require congressional action and could take months in implement, if they’re implemented at all. Here’s what the White House says changed Friday.
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A new bill and a letter to President Obama requests that he show how much he wants to spend on secret intelligence activities. “The intelligence community will respond to congressional oversight when the budget is involved and not until the budget is involved,” said former intelligence chairman Lee Hamilton, who endorsed the bill.
Odd sequencing: CNN talks to Greenwald, then talks to Dershowitz about Greenwald — after Greenwald left.