New documents shed light on US terror watch list, revealing almost half the people on it don't have any known connections to terror groups
On Tuesday, The Intercept, Glenn Greenwald's journalism startup launched with the backing of eBay founder Pierre Omidyar, published a major report on the composition of the U.S. government's terrorist watch list.
August 4, 2014 Former Rep. Ron Paul is renewing calls to grant Edward Snowden clemency and allow him to return to the U.S., amid doubts about the fugitive's expired asylum in Russia.
The U.S. government believes that a new Edward Snowden?style leaker is giving national security documents to journalists affiliated with Snowden confidante Glenn Greenwald, a suspicion that Greenwald has hinted at confirming. From CNN:
Proof of newest leak comes from national security docs
July 31, 2014 -- Updated 1228 GMT (2028 HKT) They were warned not to share it, but share it they did.
Before his interview with VICE News, former State Department employee and newly minted whistleblower John Napier Tye tells us he needs to find someone else to sit in on our scheduled phone call.
Matthew Hoh told the hard truths about Afghanistan that D.C. didn't want to hear, and he's still paying the price.
WikiLeaks is speculating the Russian government will trade NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden for better relations with the United States.
Insider: Supervisor told us citizens "cannot leave" housing facilities.
Speaking at the Hackers On Planet Earth (HOPE) hacker conference, whistleblower Edward Snowden discussed the need for new technologies that combat government surveillance of citizens.
The internet is littered with burgeoning email encryption schemes aimed at thwarting NSA spying.
Exclusive: High-Level NSA Whistleblower Says Blackmail Is a Huge – Unreported – Part of Mass Surveillance
Source tells award winning reporter Washington lying about responsibility for tragedy.
Edward Snowden: 'If I End Up in Chains in Guantánamo I can Live With That'
Another 26-year-old genius who started and sold a tech company, Aaron Swartz, was effectively killed by the United States government for engaging in political advocacy. Swartz's death was not that different from the deaths of
Tory child abuse whistleblower: 'I supplied underage rent boys for Margaret Thatcher's cabinet ministers'
Bob Menendez and Angela Merkel get rude reminders of how the spy world works.
At least 80% of all audio calls, not just metadata, are recorded and stored in the US, says whistleblower William Binney – that's a 'totalitarian mentality'
The security and control of personal data is a big concern for many these days and literally it's becoming a global epidemic.
Ordinary Internet users, American and non-American alike, far outnumber legally targeted foreigners in the communications intercepted by the National Security Agency from U.S. digital networks, according to a four-month investigation by The Washingto
After weeks of broadcasting his intention to "name names" and publish the identities of specific Americans targeted by the NSA and FBI for surveillance, journalist Glenn Greenwald finally made good on his promise.
Former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden has petitioned to extend his asylum in Russia. His current one-year reprieve expires on July 31. "The procedure is very simple if a citizen of any country would like to stay
Glenn Greenwald, one of the journalists who has worked closely with exiled whistleblower Edward Snowden to reveal the National Security Agency's mass surveillance programs, says there may...
Still living in the dream world where the NSA only monitors foreign nationals located outside our borders?
Edward Snowden has done a lot of damage to the National Security Agency by disclosing dozens of its most sensitive internet surveillance programs—but there may be a lot more to come from someone following in his footsteps.
On November 30, 2009, Linda Almonte was escorted out of her office by security. Almonte did nothing wrong: She was an executive with JP Morgan Chase, and her only mistake was doing her job and blowing the whistle on her lawbreaking boss.
Not by us, though, says coy leaker tweet
Say others are afraid to come forward
About 89,000 foreigners or organizations were targeted for spying under a U.S. surveillance order last year, according to a new transparency report.