The Ransomware attack hit over 300,000 computers in 150 countries, but earned hackers just $140,000 in Bitcoin.
Reality Leah Winner pleads not guilty to the charge of leaking a classified report to a media outlet.
Proposed bill would require the NSA to inform other government agencies about security holes it finds in software.
Foreign ministry spokeswoman said the whistleblower “has his own will” to choose where to live.
A new paper provides the most direct evidence to date of a so-called “chilling effect” from the intelligence practices disclosed by Edward Snowden.
Need to Know aims to expose the “suffocating privacy invasions” carried out by intelligence agencies.
Twitter users informed of being hacked by 'state-sponsored actors' tell 'Newsweek' they suspect the U.S. government.
It may seem paradoxical, but data about innocent individuals can serve to identify the criminal.
Plaintiffs are having a hard time challenging the intelligence agency in court.
The drop was part of a campaign that also helps former intel employees change fields.
The comments by Admiral Mike Rogers were in response to questions during a U.S. Senate hearing.
The practice of bulk telephone metadata collection was revealed by Edward Snowden.
Politicians want to weaken encryption so they can spy on people’s communications.
The former attorney general said "the possibility exists" that the Justice Department could reach a plea deal.
Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court gives NSA the go-ahead to resume controversial spying program
The Front National leader weighs in on recent revelations that the U.S. National Security Agency spied on three French presidents.
From produce to honey, NSA employees enjoy a weekly visit from local vendors.
We recoil from intelligence services using eavesdropping technology that private corporations use all the time.
A generational gap in the memories of 9/11 and partisan politics now seems to drive the civil liberties and security debate.