"Images of Ecuador's ambassador inviting the U.K.'s secret police into the embassy to drag a publisher of—like it or not—award-winning journalism out of the building are going to end up in the history books," Edward Snowden said.
Americans need to ask themselves, "Why is Reality Winner in prison?" said the 27-year-old's mother, Billie Winner Davis.
A "culture of impunity" has "corrupted not just our system of intelligence, but really, our system of government," whistleblower Edward Snowden says.
The PGP vulnerabilities could be exploited to expose encrypted messages in plain text, academics warn.
Whistleblower Edward Snowden has urged Twitter to bulk up the security of direct messages.
The app must share encryption keys to read users' messages or face a nationwide ban, Russian authorities said.
Politicians are calling for Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to testify before the U.S. government after explosive revelations.
Moxie Marlinspike and Brian Acton announce the creation of the Signal Foundation, a new non-profit, to develop secure communications.
The pair entered into an unexpected Twitter debate.
The president speculated about a surveillance law being used on his campaign before realizing his administration supports it.
Edward Snowden has taken a break from exposing government secrets to create a security app.
Edward Snowden warned we should be careful using Apple's new facial scanning technology.
Donald Trump's predecessor had nine leak-related prosecutions carried out under his Department of Justice.
Speaking to U.S. filmmaker Oliver Stone, Putin said Snowden's arrival in Moscow came as a surprise, and Russia was initially reluctant to let him stay.
Beijing will have oversight of multinationals' data, including their intellectual property.
Activists argue that a danger to WikiLeaks "is a threat to all free journalism."
The director, who won an Academy Award for a film about Edward Snowden, sees WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange as a historical figure.
Laura Poitras's Risk shows the WikiLeaks founder in all his anti-authoritarian glory, as well as illustrating his dodgy relations with women.
Foreign ministry spokeswoman said the whistleblower "has his own will" to choose where to live.