Journalist Glenn Greenwald appeared on MSNBC Thursday, one day after Edward Snowden delivered a Christmas address to television viewers in the UK and around the world from Russia.
The NSA are in a lot of hot water now. Not only have we found out about the extent of their spying on the American public — including our World of Warcraft playing sessions —
Edward Snowden will deliver the "Alternative Christmas Address" on Britain's Channel 4. In the past, the address was given by figures such as Ali G and Sharon Osborne. The "Alternative Christmas Address" is the channel's answer to the Queen's messa
The current thinking in D.C. is reform for the NSA and the rope for Edward Snowden. No.
Edward Snowden is our Santa Claus
Pentagon Moves Against Whistleblowing Unit
Leaked revelations will be as pointless as dusty old books in some attic if no one knows about them. What's the point if no one will be able to read it?
The National Intelligence Director can commit perjury and CIA officials can lie to Congress without nary an investigation let alone prosecution. Intelligence officials can run a torture program in violation of treaties and international law without
NSA whistleblower says in letter he is willing to help in wake of revelations that President Dilma Rousseff's phone was hacked
Former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden stole vastly more information than previously speculated, and is holding it at ransom for his own protection.
Key official tells CBS 'it's worth having a conversation' State Department and other key figures oppose deal
In conclusion it can only be shown that interception/surveillance activities concerning Mr. Dotcom and his family are likely to have occurred but there is no direct evidence that the USA, its agencies or agents are involved. There is no evidence that
He pulled off the year's most spectacular heist. Exiled from his country, the 30-year-old computer whiz has become the doomsayer of the information age
A town with a mortality rate 80 times higher than elsewhere—and the willful blindness of the locals, except for one person.
Obama needs to take a look in the mirror
In an effort to gin up a bit of publicity for its annual choice for “Person of the Year,” Time has released its list of ten finalists.
Early Monday Wikileaks released a second set of documents related to the ongoing discussion regarding the controversial trade agreement known as the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
A collection of documents the Army posted to its FOIA reading room before Thanksgiving, included 13 pages of unclassified chat logs from 2010 between former intelligence analyst Bradley Manning) and Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.
The National Security Agency and its allies face a long, painful drip of classified documents relating to their intelligence operations. The quantity and range of leaks facilitated by Edward Snowden have become clear in recent news stories.
early 40 years ago, in the aftermath of the Watergate scandal, Americans got an unprecedented look behind the cloak of secrecy shielding government surveillance — and what they saw was chilling.
Once upon a time, you might have said that someone “disappeared.”
On 12-1-2012, Greenwald received a note from a person asking for his public encryption, or PGP, key so he could send him an e-mail securely. Greenwald didn't have one, which he now acknowledges was fairly inexcusable given that he wrote almost daily
Edward Snowden’s latest NSA leak is a doozy for Australians. In 2008, Australia’s surveillance agency, the Defence Signals Directorate (now known as the Australian Signals Directorate), offered to share the private information of Australian citizens
Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger on Tuesday vigorously defended his decision to publish a series of articles based on the secret files leaked by former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden, telling a parliamentary committee that ....
British and U.S. intelligence officials say they are worried about a "doomsday" cache of highly classified, heavily encrypted material they believe former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden has stored on a data cloud.
The American intelligence service - NSA - infected more than 50,000 computer networks worldwide with malicious software designed to steal sensitive information.
Brittany Murphy's father has sensationally claimed that the tragic ‘Clueless’ actress was poisoned to death by after offering her celebrity backing to a whistleblower fighting the government.
Is there a Snowden effect on American business?
The Senate Intelligence Committee recently took an important step by passing an intelligence authorization which would require for the first time - if it became law - that the Administration publicly report on civilian casualties from U.S. drone stri
Holder said Justice officials have not given up efforts to repatriate Snowden, who has received asylum in Russia, to stand trial on charges under the Espionage Act for taking and leaking classified documents about surveillance programs.