Thanks to Edward Snowden, we're getting a new look at which programs can successfully keep out the NSA.
Always controversial, Julian Assange gave an interview in London, where he's exiled in the Ecuadorian embassy, where he lambasted Hillary Clinton, who he called a "threat" to the resolution of his issues.
Former code breaker reveals dire state of "pre-fascist" America
Former CIA officer John Kiriakou is the only CIA employee connected to its interrogation program to go to prison. But he was prosecuted for providing information to reporters, not for anything connected to waterboarding or torture.
Google has strong ties to Clinton, WikiLeaks founder reveals
Journalists Laura Poitras and Glenn Greenwald had the foresight to film all of their interaction with Snowden, documenting history for posterity. Now you can see it in real time, like you were there.
To grasp the full story of Citizenfour, the documentary on Edward Snowden's decision to expose NSA spying, you must go back four decades to see how the reality slowly dawned on Americans that their privacy and freedoms were at risk, writes James Di
I just had a chance to see the documentary about NSA whistle blower Edward Snowden.
Daniel Ellsberg, the original whistleblower, on transparency, politics, and civilization's future
The siege of Knightsbridge is a farce. For two years, an exaggerated, costly police presence around the Ecuadorean embassy in London has served no purpose other than to flaunt the power of the state.
Late on the evening of January 11, 2013, someone sent me an interesting email. It was encrypted, and sent from the sort of anonymous email service that smart people use when they want to hide their identity.
The FBI recently searched a government contractor's home, but some officials worry the Justice Department has lost its 'appetite' for leak cases.
Whistleblowers: IRS officials behind 'fraudulent' multi-billion dollar corporate tax giveaways.
For months, journalist Glenn Greenwald has suggested that Edward Snowden wasn't his only source of national security-related leaks.
The FBI recently searched a government contractor's home, but some officials worry the Justice Department has lost its 'appetite' for leak cases
Fashion for the stealthy.
Edward Snowden interviewed by Harvard Law Professor Lawrence Lessing (10/20/14)
In early September in Russia, National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden told me about a documentary entitled Citizenfour, named after the alias he used when he asked filmmaker Laura Poitras to help him warn Americans about how deeply the
A TomDispatch Interview With Laura Poitras
Tom Engelhardt interviews Laura Poitras, October 20, 2014
The latest Snowden-related revelation is that Britain's Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) proactively targeted the communications infrastructure used by the online activist collective known as Anonymous.
Nearly 7 million usernames and passwords from Dropbox, the free cloud service for storing your photos, videos, and documents across devices, were leaked onto the internet on Monday.
Laura Poitras' documentary disentangles NSA surveillance and plots the story of Edward Snowden in Hong Kong and Moscow.
We recently met with the courageous whistleblower for over three hours in Moscow for a wide-ranging conversation on surveillance, technology and politics.
Lindsay Mills, thought to have been deserted by Snowden before NSA revelations, appears beside whistleblower in Citizenfour
Citizenfour Official Trailer 1 (2014) - Edward Snowden Documentary HD
Edward Snowden Speaks: A Sneak Peek at an Exclusive Interview
Edward Snowden is a controversial name among most Americans. A CBS poll earlier this year showed 61 percent of Americans believe Snowden should stand trial for leaking sensitive NSA documents. But in a different poll from the Huffington Post, the
"I was bribed by billionaires, I was bribed by the Americans to report…not exactly the truth."
Rutherford Institute Asks Supreme Court to Protect Whistleblowers Acting in Interest of Public Safety, Challenges Government Efforts to Crack Down.