In surprise move, Sen. Harry Reid puts USA Freedom Act on the Senate docket Wednesday, lining it up for a vote as early as next week.
Joins FBI directory in demanding greater access to personal data
As reader-supported news vanishes, corporate-journalist hybrids may start drawing more red lines.
New York Times investigation reveals a growing and unchecked Postal Service surveillance program
The social media site wants to be able to disclose more detailed information on government surveillance of its users
Police can read FireChat communications
Experiment exposes the risk of accessing public Wi-fi
What is the government hiding about Stingray use?
Civil liberties groups worry about privacy and false identifications
Secretive surveillance makes your calls an open book for the NSA and even local cops
Intercept story about expansion of terrorist database indicates the U.S. intelligence community has a new leaker on its hands
Vermont Senator Patrick Leahy introduced a bill in the Senate that would curb the NSA's ability to collect bulk phone records from American citizens
Snowden claims he witnessed NSA employees passing around nude photos of surveillance targets
An investigation launched by The Washington Post reveals that email conversations, intimate documents, photos and letters from civilians have been intercepted
The same board that said the NSA's telephone metadata collection was illegal now gives PRISM the green light
Intruders jimmied open a file cabinet at the Project on Government Oversight, a private organization whose history of investigations includes a critical report on a controversial Pentagon leak investigation.