When Edward Snowden stole the crown jewels of the National Security Agency, he didn’t need to use any sophisticated devices or software or go around any computer firewall.
The debate in the media, and in political circles over Edward Snowden—Right or Wrong—often doubles back on references to Pfc. Manning, who was sentenced to thirty-five years in prison on Wednesday.
It may not come as much of a surprise to our regular readers, but the biotechnology industry as we currently know it is intrinsically corrupt.
US government's efforts to determine which highly classified materials leaker Edward Snowden took from the NSA have been frustrated by Snowden's sophisticated efforts to cover his digital trail by deleting or bypassing electronic logs,
US soldier Bradley Manning has become a woman called Chelsea. The 25-year-old, who has been sentenced to 35 years in prison for leaking classified documents to WikiLeaks, revealed the plans in a statement to NBC. “I am Chelsea Manning,” Manning
Libertarian Texas congressman Ron Paul spoke to Larry King on a new episode of Politicking, advocating an end to the surveillance programs exposed over recent months and calling for former Army Private Bradley Manning's immediate release from prison.
Bradley Manning, the Army private sentenced to military prison for leaking classified documents, revealed he intends to live out the remainder of his life as a woman.
Text of Bradley Manning’s letter to president requesting pardon
Whenever we killed innocent civilians, instead of accepting responsibility for our conduct, we elected to hide behind the veil of national security and classified information in order to avoid any public accountability. In our zeal to kill the enemy,
In a comment published Monday, Guardian editor-in-chief Alan Rusbridger wrote that he and other Guardian journalists were faced with unofficial threats of legal action by the British government, and therefore were forced to destroy hard drives contai
Bradley Manning has been sentenced to 35 years in jail. Manning is to be dishonorably discharged from the military and forfeit all pay and allowances.
For both countries, the Snowden affair is just another ho-hum spat in the greater imperial rivalry.
The Guardian's editor-in-chief, Alan Rusbridger, explains that he is now forced to work on stories about the US National Security Administration from New York City, because UK intelligence officials went into the Guardian's headquarters and destroyed
A senior British government official demanded the destruction of files held by the Guardian newspaper related to the US National Security Agency’s mass monitoring of phone and internet use, the newspaper’s editor said.
BREMMER: The UK And US Are Likely Preparing To Indict Journalist Glenn Greenwald Over Snowden Leaks
Despite being detained under the Terrorism Act, Miranda was not asked anything about terrorism.
There should be a ‘death penalty’ for government agencies that betray the American people
Government Reportedly Threatened Arrest Against Founder Of Snowden's Encrypted Email Service
WikiLeaks has released a trove of encrypted “insurance” data on Twitter and Facebook.
From a CIA agent to a Cuban terrorist, the U.S. shelters people who are accused of heinous crimes.
Glenn Greenwald’s partner David Miranda was held at London’s Heathrow Airport under a terrorism law after visiting one of Greenwald’s collaborators in Berlin.
The partner of a Guardian journalist who wrote stories exposing mass American surveillance programmes was held for nine hours by police under the Terrorism Act.
National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden wants to set the record straight after individuals associated with his father have, in his words, "misled" journalists into “printing false claims about my situation.”
This week we got another insight into the focus of the security agencies in the United States. Documents revealed that the U.S. Secret Service kept free-information activist Aaron Swartz under close watch until he killed himself following an abusive
U.S. soldier Bradley Manning on Wednesday told a military court "I'm sorry" for giving war logs and diplomatic secrets to the WikiLeaks website three years ago, the biggest breach of classified data in the nation's history
In the course of reporting his profile of Laura Poitras, Peter Maass conducted an encrypted question-and-answer session, for which Poitras served as intermediary, with Edward J. Snowden. Below is a full transcript of that conversation.
A former U.S. attorney, Joe DiGenova, who is representing a Benghazi whistleblower, told a Washington, D.C., radio station on Monday that 400 surface-to-air missiles were “stolen” in Libya and given to some “very ugly people,” aka al-Qaeda.
This past January, Laura Poitras received a curious e-mail from an anonymous stranger requesting her public encryption key.
Duane Chapman, better known as Dog the Bounty Hunter, announced plans to enter Russia illegally in order to capture fugitive whistleblower Edward Snowden. Dog, in an impromptu press conference held outside Da Kine bail bonds, said, “Sometimes you got