Former NSA contractor's lawyer calls allegations 'petulant nonsense.'
The U.S. director expects to release his documentary on Ukraine next year as well.
There is no good reason why the Attorney General should not negotiate a balanced settlement that recognizes Snowden's achievements for good and ill.
A new paper provides the most direct evidence to date of a so-called "chilling effect" from the intelligence practices disclosed by Edward Snowden.
There are three main questions that still linger, even after the FBI managed to crack an iPhone.
The NSA whistleblower does not buy the idea that the FBI cannot crack the San Bernardino shooter's iPhone.
The whistleblowing cybersecurity expert fields questions from Reason's Nick Gillespie.
Spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Moscow's position on the whistleblower has not changed.
Need to Know aims to expose the "suffocating privacy invasions" carried out by intelligence agencies.
Former White House National Security Adviser Richard Clarke calls the push "unseemly."
"Encryption is not magic. If a backdoor can be created, it will be exploited."
"I think that was a useful tool to keep us safe and also to protect civil liberties," Bush said.
European Parliament passes resolution calling on member states to recognize the former NSA contractor as a whistleblower.