Powerful National Security Agency official registered “electronics” business at her home before her husband set up intelligence business there, BuzzFeed News finds. Her company owns a plane and a condo.
“If the picture is authentic, at least from my point of view, it’s not memorable because I don’t remember the young man.”
The internet entrepreneur has promised to reveal evidence “that John Key lied.”
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.
“The e-mail did not raise allegations or concerns about wrongdoing or abuse…”
“I was struck by the word you used to describe the show last night, interview.”
A unprecedented new campaign by the Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America teaches VA employees and veterans how to become the next Edward Snowden.
Speaking with C-SPAN’s Washington Journal to promote his new book No Place to Hide: Edward Snowden, the NSA, and the U.S. Surveillance State, Glenn Greenwald said he originally assumed NSA-leaker Edward Snowden was a senior official in the government and in his 70s when they first made contact.
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?”
The NSA whistle-blower answered questions Thursday about freedom, spying, and America in an online chat with Twitter users.
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.
Burger King, la NSA et… Miley Cyrus.
A rare photo surfaces, as Snowden’s lawyer announces the former IT guy is returning to tech support.
Why doesn’t Ecuador want to talk to BuzzFeed?
“The information revealed by Mr Snowden is of direct relevance to all EU citizens,” European lawmakers say.
The NSA whistleblower is living in a secret location under guard, his lawyer says. “No one has recognized him so far.”
“This guy right here is one glitter cannon away from leading our gay pride parade.”
Broadening the journalistic front on the National Security Agency documents leaked by Edward Snowden.
A Russian newspaper report suggests a far greater level of collusion between Snowden, WikiLeaks, and Russia than previously admitted.
On a bus tour through New York, the president preaches to a doubting choir. Will his base forgive him for the NSA scandal?
President Obama said Friday that Edward Snowden was not a patriot for releasing documents detailing the surveillance practices of the U.S. government. “My preference, and I think the American people’s preference, would have been for a lawful orderly examination of these laws.”
“I’ve encouraged Mr. Putin to think forwards as opposed to backwards with mixed success.”
After years of hoping that U.S.-Russia relations could get on track, it appears that Barack Obama finally gets it.
The former government contractor has applied for asylum in more than 20 countries. UPDATE: Nearly a week later, Snowden has been formally offered asylum in Venezuela.
In Africa, the president dismisses the man behind the NSA leaks.
“I can’t go into any details.” Glenn Greenwald doubts it. (Updated)
The Committee to Protect Journalists has said Ecuador is engaged in “widespread repression of the media.”
Edward Snowden was charged with espionage, theft and conversion of government property, according to U.S. officials.
Poll respondents call source of NSA leaks a hero; protesters call Obama “big brother” and “the oppressor.” The Simpsons Movie explains it all.