From Cyrus to Syria.
From Cyrus to Syria.
When Glenn Greenwald’s 28-year-old Brazilian partner was detained in London this summer while transporting documents related to the bombshell Edward Snowden story, many assumed he was unfairly roped into a situation he didn’t understand. That couldn’t be further from the truth.
Cheney said last week that there were “legitimate questions and concerns” with the National Security Agency program, but in June she said she was “a supporter” of the program.
General Keith Alexander addressed a hearing of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence on Tuesday.
“The statement that ‘…collection on our allies will not continue…’ is not accurate,” a senior administration offiicial says.
German newspaper Der Spiegel claims that the United States has been spying on Angela Merkel’s cell phone since 2002.
Hundreds of protesters descend upon Washington to protest NSA surveillance practices.
The National Security Agency website, NSA.gov, was suddenly forced offline for several hours Friday. The agency blamed “an internal error that occurred during a scheduled update.”
Ambassador John B. Emerson will meet with the German Foreign Ministry today to discuss allegations the United States has tapped Chancellor Angela Merkel’s cell phone.
EBay founder Pierre Omidyar has taken a large interest in Greenwald, who is soon leaving The Guardian. Greenwald won’t reveal his backer. Updated.
A researcher source forwards along a photo of letter from the National Security Agency. The NSA was responding to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request. The FOIA request was addressed the day before the shutdown, but was sent Wednesday.
Since 2010, the National Security Administration has examined U.S. citizens’ social networking accounts, according to The New York Times.
“With a little bit of creativity, you actually can go far beyond your borders,” says Toomas Hendrik Ilves, Estonia’s Twitter-obsessed president. The world is taking notice.
In a recent survey, Facebook ranks behind the IRS, Google, and even the NSA.
“Phony” conservatives are inflating the issue, Inhofe says.
Broadening the journalistic front on the National Security Agency documents leaked by Edward Snowden.
The NSA and NSA officers have used their agency’s surveillance capabilities to bug the United Nations and eavesdrop on spouses and partners, according to recent reports.
On a bus tour through New York, the president preaches to a doubting choir. Will his base forgive him for the NSA scandal?
This is what happens when you fuck a stranger in the ass.
There’s no way to completely protect your phone calls from the government. But you can get close.
According to a 2011 secret court opinion that was declassified Wednesday, the National Security Agency unlawfully gathered as many as 56,000 emails and other electronic communications between American citizens. NSA’s officials have said the collection was not “intentional” or a “wholesale breach of privacy of American persons.” The document was heavily redacted.
What an extreme breach of freedom by the NSA (National Squirrel Agency). A very patriotic Reddit user exposed the astonishing collection of private photos.
It refuses to answer questions about a Wall Street Journal report that NSA reach goes further than previously thought.
“No matter where you go, there it goes.” No ads! Unlimited storage!
The incidents range from unauthorized surveillance of Americans to typographical errors that resulted in unintended interception of emails and telephone calls.
Lon Snowden expressed his disagreement with President Obama’s characterization of his son and said he and an attorney will visit Edward in Russia to discuss fighting Edward’s espionage charges.
And the NSA is releasing a paper explaining some of its methods.
Protesters hoped to send a message to Congress to end the NSA’s mass surveillance programs.
Enjoy the borscht! A spokesman for the committee wasn’t immediately available to comment on the tweet.