Bad News FBI, Snowden's Favorite Chat App Is Booming
Moxie Marlinspike and Brian Acton announce the creation of the Signal Foundation, a new non-profit, to develop secure communications.
Criminals Given Top Defense Security Clearances
A huge backlog has led to a number of criminals being issued top-secret security clearances.
Oliver Stone's New Documentary to Do 'Justice' by Putin
The director said the U.S. "can't be trusted" on claims about Russia hacking the election.
CIA Chief Pompeo Takes Aim at the Free Press
Some lawmakers want to decide what counts as a "real journalist" to control what counts as news.
We Are All Victims of 'Incidental Collection'
With "incidental collection," no judge decides who to target for surveillance.
Brazil Counters U.S. Spies with First Ever Satellite
Brazil prepared to launch its first satellite into space to provide better internet access across the country—and shield it from the NSA.
Who Was Behind the CIA Vault 7 WikiLeaks Dump?
The source of the leak, if it is an individual, is already being dubbed Snowden 2.0.
The March of Europe's Draconian Anti-Terror Laws
Measures taken to counter terrorism must be proportionate and respect human rights.
Amnesty: Europe Is Cracking Down on 'Thought Crimes'
"Unchecked powers are trampling freedoms that have long been taken for granted," report says.
How Edward Snowden Sabotaged the War on Terrorism
Almost all militant groups have taken Snowden's advice on how to evade government surveillance.
Why Obama Can't Pardon Snowden
A three-year investigation found that key parts of Snowden's story do not check out.
Edward Snowden: This Is How You Fight Fake News
Twitter's Jack Dorsey interviewed the former NSA employee about Donald Trump, fake news and the prospect of a pardon.
AT&T Spying Program Is 'Worse Than Snowden Revelations'
Advocates have called recent revelations surrounding the company "terrifying."
Swiss Voters Back New Government Snooping Powers
The Swiss state enjoys far more limited surveillance powers than many Western countries.
Review: Oliver Stone's Messy, Fascinating 'Snowden'
Oliver Stone's new film humanizes the decade's most enigmatic whistleblower.
Oliver Stone to Release Vladimir Putin Film in 2017
The U.S. director expects to release his documentary on Ukraine next year as well.
Edward Snowden Appeals to Obama for Pardon
Thursday's release of the film 'Snowden' has sparked supporters and Snowden himself to campaign for a pardon before Obama leaves office.
Snowden: Russia Most Likely Culprits of NSA Hack
NSA whistleblower suggested the hack could have "significant" foreign policy consequences.
Wikileaks' Assange 'Super Happy' Over DNC Leaks Fallout
Assange deflects criticism of his methods, accuses Snowden of appealing for pardon in appearance on 'Real Time With Bill Maher.'
Russia Approves 'Big Brother' Surveillance Law
Edward Snowden has described the new anti-terror legislation as "dangerous" and "impractical."
Five Things We Learned This Week: Tech & Science
How Edward Snowden's revelations sped up encryption technology and a weaponized robot are among the things we learned in Tech & Science this week.
Watch: 'Snowden' Trailer Released
The film, directed by Oliver Stone, is due out in September.
Snowden 'Sped Up Encryption' by Seven Years
Sophistication of encryption technology has advanced seven years as a result of Snowden revelations.
Edward Snowden Makes Techno Track
Snowden makes unlikely foray into world of electronic music following collaboration with Jean-Michel Jarre.
Obama Talks Encryption, Tech Cooperation at SXSW
Obama urged tech community to not take an "absolutist view" on the encryption debate.
Kremlin Rebuffs Donald Trump's Snowden 'Spy' Claims
Spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Moscow's position on the whistleblower has not changed.
U.K. and U.S. Spies Hacked Israeli Drone Feeds
The program known as Anarchist also watched for a potential strike on Iran.
European Parliament Calls for Protection of Edward Snowden
European Parliament passes resolution calling on member states to recognize the former NSA contractor as a whistleblower.
Snowden Is Willing to Go to Prison in the U.S.
The man who exposed NSA surveillance says he's "still waiting" for the government to reply to his offer.
Edward Snowden Joins Twitter
Edward Snowden is newly part of the online conversation.