The Justice Department denied in June that this was being done
‘That is what amounts, or can amount, to a criminal offense’
‘There is no doubt in my mind … that newspapers have done something that oversight has failed to do’
And who they can use that against
…Should we call Daniel Craig?
America’s dominance of the Internet has peaked.
The formerly clandestine program was thrust into the spotlight in June by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden
Snowden is in Russia, where he was granted asylum in August for at least a year.
‘Is the act of investigative journalism now a crime, or not?’
‘Why did Edward Snowden have that information?’
Gutierrez: Foreign governments might try to leverage the NSA scandal to steal U.S. business secrets
The robust nature of his comments underlined how angry intelligence chiefs are about Snowden
The revelation is the latest to indicate that inadequate security measures at the NSA played a significant role in the worst breach in NSA’s history
‘We liberated Europe twice in the last century’
‘Forced by my moral code’
It’s not the first time
‘Stop watching us!’
‘We need more transparency, and there’s a way to do it’
Drone strikes rely on NSA mass surveillance sweeps, the extent of which are unknown
You know… to catch terrorists