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Snowden says Putin 'must be called to account on surveillance just like Obama'

Journalists listen to a speech and question of former U.S. spy agency NSA contractor Edward Snowden at a media centre during Russian President Vladimir Putin's live broadcast nationwide phone-in in Moscow

‘I’ve seen little public discussion of Russians own involvement in mass surveillance’

NSA knew about and EXPLOITED Heartbleed bug for years

The NSA symbol and cell phone. Reuters.

‘It flies in the face of the agency’s comments that defense comes first’

Snowden calls out alleged NSA lies in exclusive Vanity Fair interview


‘The NSA…not only knows I raised complaints, but that there is evidence that I made my concerns known to the NSA’s lawyers’

NSA documents leaked by Snowden now available on public database

NSA Telephone Records

‘The fact is that most of the documents…should have never been secret in the first place’

Growing number of states outlaw NSA-style police and government spying

The dashboard for the New York Police Department's 'Domain Awareness System' (DAS) is seen in New York

‘People are starting to grow concerned, particularly about the government’s access and use of such information’

Mark Sanford's road to redemption

Mark Sanford attends the Republican National Convention at the Tampa Bay Times Forum on August 28, 2012 in Tampa, Florida. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images.

A promise the once-disgraced pol has kept.

Obama officially announces plan to shut down NSA phone database

U.S. President Obama gives a speech at Bozar concert hall in Brussels
White House legislation takes data out of NSA's hands

Obama curbs NSA cellphone-tracking program

President Barack Obama takes part in a EU-US summit in Brussels

Judges will decide when the NSA can examine the company cellphone data

Top House intelligence members propose ending bulk data collection

An illustration picture shows the logo of the National Security Agency on the display of an iPhone in Berlin

‘There was a perception issue. The public, for whatever reason … was concerned’

Challenge accepted: NSA responds to Edward Snowden's TED appearance

A screengrab shows Snowden speaking via video conference during a panel discussion on internet privacy at the South by Southwest Interactive festival in Austin

‘It is categorically untrue that Snowden’s actions didn’t put people at risk’

NSA reveals Silicon Valley KNEW about mass Internet spying

An undated aerial handout photo shows the National Security Agency (NSA) headquarters building in Fort Meade, Maryland
'They would have received legal process in order to assist the government'

What Rand Paul said that earned him a standing ovation at Berkeley

Rand Paul speaks at the LPAC conference in Chantilly, Virginia

Cheers from a liberal audience

New study shows NSA phone metadata can reveal EVERYTHING about your life

Man takes smart phone photos as he enters an exhibition hall as doors open on the first day of E3, the Electronic Entertainment Expo, in Los Angeles, California

‘We were able to infer medical conditions, firearm ownership and more, using solely phone metadata’

Obama's new NSA pick will 'attempt to be as transparent as possible'

U.S. Navy Vice Admiral Rogers appears at confirmation hearing in Washington

Nominee pledges transparency and restoring trust during Senate confirmation hearing

'I saw the Constitution was being violated:' Snowden swings at NSA during SXSW panel


‘I took an oath to support and defend the Constitution’

Rand Paul slams NSA at CPAC: 'What you do on your cell phone is none of their damn business'

Republican Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul

‘If you have a cell phone, you are under surveillance’

The new 'Snowden Phone' encrypts all calls, texts, and Web browsing

Snowden Phone

‘Protect your privacy from hackers, government agencies and spyware’

NSA chief says legislation to stop media leaks is only weeks away

General Keith Alexander, director of the National Security Agency testifies at a House Intelligence Committee hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington

‘Journalists have no standing when it comes to national security issues’

Obama's 'open debate' data privacy workshop includes little debate

U.S. President Barack Obama shakes hands with John Podesta, president and CEO of the Center for American Progress, at the National Italian American Foundation Gala in Washington

Officials decline to engage in public surveillance discussions

Microsoft Lync lets employers spy on employees NSA-style


‘You can become your own mini-NSA’