"Mr. Snowden's dangerous decision to steal and disclose classified information had severe consequences."
Obama spoke with the french president after WikiLeaks revealed on Tuesday that Washington had spied on three French presidents.
More than half the country believes the post 9/11 national security law should better protect Americans' privacy.
Edward Snowden urged Americans not to change their Internet habits because of the NSA.
The CIA provides the technology for a plane-assisted fake cell tower surveillance program.
Counterterrorism legislation could increase tensions with Silicon Valley and the U.S.
Together, the NSA and GCHQ harvested encryption keys to access global mobile communications.
With little congressional involvement, the Justice Department is changing the rules about how law enforcement obtains warrants.
A Moscow-based security software maker has exposed a series of Western cyber espionage operations.
A UK-based privacy group has launched a website to submit requests to a British tribunal en masse.
Around 70,000 emails were stored by GCHQ from media companies including the New York Times and the BBC.
Despite saying the was "deeply troubled" by the case, de Blasio seemed to change his mind later.
A new proposed counterterrorism policy incorporates teachers at nurseries, schools and universities into state-spying apparatus.
NSA reports released through FOIA lawsuit detail range of unlawful surveillance practices.
Former CAPO agent Uno Puusepp has been unveiled as a double agent for Russia's FSB
Joins FBI directory in demanding greater access to personal data
As reader-supported news vanishes, corporate-journalist hybrids may start drawing more red lines.
The Canadian coffee shop owners are accused of stealing Chinese military secrets
German and US intelligence will eventually bury the hatchet, but Germany will no longer see itself as a 'vassal state'
CIA Director John Brennan was up on Capitol Hill hat in hand, apologizing to Feinstein and her Republican counterpart, committee Vice-Chair Saxby Chambliss
Germany will look into all foreign spying agencies operating on their own soil
The German commission investigating the US spy scandal has said it is considering the use of typewriters as a way of tackling high-tech espionage
Chancellor Angela Merkel's coalition partners said Washington should remove any U.S. embassy staff involved and cease spying on its ally