Tech giant skips holiday to fight the NSA
…Should we call Daniel Craig?
The NSA, the prison explosion, and other infringements give the GOP an opportunity.
America’s dominance of the Internet has peaked.
Snowden is in Russia, where he was granted asylum in August for at least a year.
From bulldozing civil liberties to lying about his healthcare reform, it’s time to start using the I-word.
There are ways to limit surveillance overreach without Congress.
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
It’s been months since Kim Dotcom triumphantly returned to the digital world with the launch of Mega and now the mercurial German-born Kiwi has set his sights on some even bigger ambitions for 2014. In a company blog post this week, Mega outlined its plans for new services next year that will include both encrypted messaging and encrypted video chat services aimed at helping users evade government intelligence agencies that cast a wide surveillance net across the entire Internet. Dotcom and Mega first started talking about launching encrypted email and messaging services this past summer after documents leaked by Edward Snowden revealed the National Security Agency’s vast data collection practices.
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
One of the employees accused the organization of subverting the law by intercepting communications on cables linking Google’s various data centers.
‘It’s just bad public policy…and perhaps illegal,’ he told the paper.
Foreign companies are looking for a way to shield sensitive data from the prying eyes of foreign intelligence services
Those who argue for more government often claim to be ignorant when it fails.
Agency may have intercepted calls during secretive papal conclave to elect new Pope
The agency bypassed security, giving it access to reams and reams of data
The head of the National Security Agency defended his beleaguered organization on Tuesday
Libertarian former New Mexican governor believes it would take wave of outrage to dismantle the NSA
The NSA’s website, NSA.gov, may have been the target of a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack on Friday that took the site offline for several hours, RT reports.