On Snowden, a trial would be problematic but ‘there are things I would like see happen to him.’
‘The people who are criticizing this should have expected this’
‘People who use Google are the product’
Paul accuses government of ‘stalling’ in case over warrantless surveillance of Americans’ phone calls
If so, it would have major ramifications for their ability to do business.
Hackers could pose as agency recruiters to access sensitive information
The Empire Strikes Back
Network used in previous attacks
‘They just sent a real message: ‘You’re vulnerable’
Attacks left digital evidence of government involvement
‘A one-stop shopping tool’ to search emails, web chats, calls, etc.
Former NSA Deputy Director Says Foreign Governments Likely Accessed Snowden Docs Without His Knowledge
‘I’d say it’s high’
Court seeks to ‘enhance public understanding’
There’s nothing phony about a world on fire and a domestic policy in shambles.
‘We hope that the issue will be resolved today or tomorrow’
Former spy chief plans to revolutionize cyber-security
‘As time goes on, his information becomes less useful’
USA Freedom Act to get vote ahead of August recess
Bill will reportedly create ‘clear cut guidelines of what [intelligence agencies] can and cannot do’
‘We have designed iOS so that its diagnostic functions do not compromise user privacy and security’