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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’

Peter King: Rand Paul 'feeding paranoia' about national security state

Would be ‘disastrous’ commander-in-chief

WaPo, Guardian newspapers win Pulitzer Prize for public service after reporting on Snowden leaks

A protester carry a portrait of Snowden during a demonstration against secret monitoring programmes PRISM, TEMPORA, INDECT and showing solidarity with whistleblowers Snowden, Manning and others in Berlin

Peter King calls it ‘a disgrace’

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’

ACLU, FreedomWorks, other groups call for Obama to end to bulk surveillance

General Keith B. Alexander listens during his retirement ceremony at the NSA in Fort Meade

‘The trust of the American people…cannot be regained with legislation that achieves only modest changes’

Google transparency report reveals government data requests increase 120 percent

Google signage seen at the company's offices in New York

Not including undisclosed bulk NSA surveillance

NSA director says agency isn't reading Jimmy Carter's email

Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter attends a news conference in New York

‘Well, we’re not, so he can now go back to writing emails’

NSA chief: Rand Paul's anti-surveillance rhetoric 'disheartening' [VIDEO]

‘If you talk to other members of Congress, they’ll tell you we’re doing the right thing’

White House and Congress propose different ends to bulk NSA phone data collection

U.S. President Obama looks up as he and Netherlands' Prime Minister Rutte hold joint news conference at Gemeentemuseum Den Haag at the conclusion of the Nuclear Security Summit in The Hague

‘As we’ve argued since the program was disclosed…’

This is how much Microsoft charges the FBI for your info

Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates watches a video as he delivered his keynote address at the 2007 International CES (Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas

Totals stretch into the thousands of dollars

The scale of things to come

NSA data gathering facility in Bluffdale, south of Salt Lake City, Utah

America has more than 5 million employees with security clearances.

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'

Former Commerce official: We should have had a plan before giving up the Web

A fence surrounds the U.S. Department of Commerce in Washington

‘I am somewhat dismayed by the way in which they [the administration] have gone forward’

US government gives up control of the Internet

A robotic tape library used for mass storage of digital data is pictured at the Konrad-Zuse Centre for applied mathematics and computer science (ZIB), in Berlin

Commerce Department will discontinue managing Internet infrastructure amid global NSA surveillance pushback

Bill Gates has little 'admiration' for Edward Snowden

Microsoft founder and philanthropist Bill Gates speaks at the "Uniting to Combat Neglected Tropical Diseases" conference at the Royal College of Physicians in London

‘I think he broke the law, so I certainly wouldn’t characterize him as a hero’

Citizen Steinfein to Senator Feinstein: Welcome to my world

Feinstein waits for a subway car with aides as she returns to her office after a floor speech aimed at the CIA's handling of documents related to the Senate Intelligence Committee, at the U.S. Capitol in Washington

The NSA-defending California Senator gets a taste of what happens daily to millions of Americans.

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