In January 2008, the NSA department in charge of energy issues reported it had managed, for the first time, to infiltrate OPEC in its entirety. OPEC, founded in 1960, has its main objective to control the global oil market, and to keep prices high.
BRITAIN is "violating" Wikileaks founder Julian Assange's human rights by refusing to let him leave London, Ecuador's President Rafael Correa said yesterday.
Former U.S. National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden used login credentials and passwords provided unwittingly by colleagues at a spy base in Hawaii to access some of the classified material he leaked to the media, sources said.
A former NSA codebreaker reveals that more than a decade ago, he tried to expose government spying on every day Americans. The Maryland man tells Mary Bubala he blew the whistle long before anyone heard of Edward Snowden–but no one would listen.
Government Accountability Project says Snowden's courage has generated influx of other whistleblowers.
A former NSA codebreaker reveals that more than a decade ago, he tried to expose government spying on every day Americans.
The NSA ordered him to cease and desist and forced his T-shirts off the market. But on Tuesday, the father of three young boys drew a line in the sand.
Edward Snowden, ex-contractor of the National Security Agency (NSA) who has been in the news lately for disclosure of multiple documents about a secret program by United States, will be shown no mercy, said senior US lawmakers on Sunday, according to
The White House and the leaders of the intelligence committee in Congress are rejecting National Security Agency-contractor Edward Snowden's plea for clemency. ''Speaking the truth is not a crime," Snowden wrote.
At the end of New York Times reporter Scott Shane's superb report on the documents stolen by Edward Snowden and obtained by The New York Times, a former NSA director put forward a radical idea for the NSA: Reveal the information now.
The NSA gathers intelligence to keep America safe. But leaked documents reveal the NSA's dark side – and show an agency intent on exploiting the digital revolution to the full
Edward Snowden says he is willing to cooperate with investigations into NSA spying.
Edward Snowden has a new job. His lawyer, Anatoly Kucherena, tells Russian outlet RIA Novosti that Snowden has landed a new gig in technical support.
President Obama is facing incredible pressure to answer questions about why he oversaw the spying on foreign leaders, specifically the tapping of German Chancellor Merkel. German lawmakers announced in retaliation they would offer asylum to
Fugitive former U.S. security contractor Edward Snowden will be working in website maintenance in Russia, his lawyer said. Anatoly Kucherena said Snowden begins his job today maintaining "Russia's largest [web]site," RIA Novosti reported.
Greenwald, who broke the NSA surveillance stories, talks about the mystery around Edward Snowden and the Obama administration's decision to charge Snowden with espionage.
.. documents obtained by former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden might expose the intelligence operations of their respective countries and their level of co-operation with the U.S.
Former State Department Spokesman P.J. Crowley, who knows a thing or two about the political impact of WikiLeaks, tweeted the following last night:
Looks like President Obama may have a few more fence-mending international phone calls in his future, via the Guardian:
As it turns out, Edward Snowden's revelations to the world about NSA surveillance of phone calls, email, text messages and any other kind of electronic communications have given more than the agency's own employees a sad. Awww.
An exclusive report from Reuters details how at the base in Hawaii where Edward Snowden was assigned, plans to install "anti-leak" software were delayed because the facility did not believe they had sufficient bandwidth to ensure its effective operat
At a recent conference in Aspen, NSA Chief Keith Alexander said about tracking terrorist activities on the web, "you need the haystack to find the needle."
SecureDrop accepts messages and documents from the Web and encrypts them for secure storage. Each source gets a unique codename letting them establish a relationship with the news organization without having to reveal theri real identity
After months of anguished debate over mass shootings, gun control and Second Amendment rights, the Justice Department finds itself on the defensive after a training manual surfaced suggesting federal agents could face a firing squad for
N.Y. Fed Looks To Seal Documents In Latest Whistleblower Case
Video clips posted to WikiLeaks website show former NSA analyst speaking for the first time since July asylum plea
A new photo of NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden has surfaced — it is the first photo released of Snowden since he left the Moscow airport.
The classified documents that Snowden had downloaded from the National Security Agency were stored on smaller devices, such as hard drives and thumb drives, and have not been turned over to the Russian or Chinese, said Ray McGovern
Though former NSA contractor Edward Snowden has been indicted for leaking secrets about the U.S. government’s intrusive surveillance tactics, he was honored by a group of former US intelligence officials as a courageous whistleblower during a Moscow
US soldier convicted over WikiLeaks disclosures says she did not leak the documents because she was explicitly motivated by pacifism