- "We don't prosecute journalists for doing their jobs."
- Many see Trump, who complains regularly about leaks, as a “citizen whistleblower” who can provide leadership to “drain the swamp.”
- While the DOJ already has several ongoing leak investigations, U.S. officials say they plan to launch more.
- "Everybody is going to start second-guessing whether or not they can trust Trump," an analyst tells Newsweek.
- The law allows U.S. intelligence agencies to collect vast amounts of communications from foreigners, but often incidentally scoops up the communications of Americans.
- Intelligence agencies have been aware since the end of last year of the breach, which led to WikiLeaks releasing thousands of pages of information.
- Cruz's questionable remarks came during an exchange with Florida Senator Marco Rubio over the USA Freedom Act.
- This is what it's like to be named Ashley Madison in the age of massive data leaks.
- An interview with the Intercept editor about America’s two most famous (or infamous) whistleblowers.
- Five Sony Pictures films were leaked onto file-sharing sites by hackers last week.
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