The search giant's new WhatsApp competitor combines messaging with a digital assistant to allow you to chat like never before--but those who care about their privacy and mass surveillance should steer clear of the app, Edward Snowden said in a serie
US film director Oliver Stone on Thursday accused President Barack Obama's administration of implementing a surveillance system worse than that of the feared Stasi secret police in East Germany.
Yet again, putative acts of terror -- bombs detonated and discovered in New York and New Jersey, and a mass stabbing in Minnesota -- conveniently paved the way for an expansion of police and surveillance state powers in the U.S., while providing an
Has the surveillance state claimed the last bit of our privacy? Our lives are being stored at enormous "data centers" in the US and abroad. Everything we do, every transaction, every website we visit. This has nothing to do with terrorism and everyth
Following Edward Snowden's leaking of details of government surveillance programs, the issue of the U.S. intelligence community's use of private contractors has again been highlighted.
Google, Facebook, Microsoft, and the other tech titans have had to fight for their lives against their own government. An exclusive look inside their year from hell--and why the Internet will never be the same.
The five teenage boys were sitting in a parked car in a gated community in Melbourne, Florida, when a police officer pulled up behind them.
Everywhere we turn, we see reports of foreign troops on American soil.
Where there is a will, there is a way. Regardless of security measures that might be in place, there appears to be no electronic device in the world that cannot be hacked, whether smartphone, tablet, computer, mainframe or even government agencies.
Chicago is launching a creepy new campaign to blanket the mega-city in more surveillance through its Array of Things,...
Privacy is perhaps the greatest luxury anyone can buy, hence the trend for properties hidden from prying eyes and online searches
Spooks team up with Amazon to teach machines how to 'collect imagery at global scale'
Social network reveals the astonishing amount of data it holds on people who uses its services
Karen Kwiatkowski (Retired U.S. Air Force Lieutenant Colonel) comes on the show to talk about her recent article, Can the Deep State be Cured? - Davi Barker (Writer, Author, Artist, Agorist, Peace Advocate) Karen/Davi/Ernest
The Intercept recently began releasing batches of top secret internal newsletters from the most important division of the NSA, the Signals Intelligence Directorate, or SIGINT.