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The Treasury Department took eight months to come up with anemic regulations.
FOIA lawsuit seeks answers
Why would America spy on Israel?
The polling company attributed the country’s concern to ObamaCare and Edward Snowden.
‘In two years it’s a remarkable transformation’
An agreement that allows thousands of companies to transfer data between Europe and the U.S. was ruled invalid by the highest EU court Tuesday, following revelations of U.S. government snooping.
‘Edward Scissorhands is a complete hero to me’
‘Knows how classified information should be handled.’
‘The possibility exists’
Report says US needs reform
Says NSA program exceeds boundaries of PATRIOT Act
‘It can literally take less than a second for a computer to go through the possibilities and pull that password out’
Lights. Camera. Action.
‘Thanks to Snowden, we know much more about the government’s surveillance practices’
‘They’re not going to stop the next attacks either’
Two years after Snowden leak, few Americans have taken steps to block spying
‘Spies gonna spy’
‘We’re filing suit today on behalf of our readers and editors everywhere’