He also denies that the U.S. government maintains a database of all of the emails and text messages ever sent by Americans
‘The NSA cannot listen to your telephone calls, and the NSA cannot target your emails’
Pending bill would give Homeland Security domestic spying capabilities similar to the National Security Agency’s
It is unclear for how long the government retains the vast amounts of information it collects through its various surveillance initiatives.
The report comes ahead of the G8 Summit where President Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin are expected to speak Monday night about the civil war in Syria.
White House petition needs 100,000 signatures to solicit official response
NSA sweeps are ‘just a big bag of numbers that have been collected’
The variety of people who support government surveillance of the entire US population and the arguments they make to justify it are disturbing.
Texas Senator likens current president to Nixon
Intelligence officials fear that he may be attempting to defect to China
Maybe most people just don’t care very much about their civil liberties.
Americans are also split over whether they think that Snowden did the right thing
‘Too many Republicans and conservatives have become Michael Moore’
Russian authorities said Monday evening that they would consider offering NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden asylum should he send a proper request to the Kremlin.
Big Brother really is watching you.
Edward Snowden left Lindsay Mills behind when he fled to Hong Kong
The president and his advisers don’t seem to have a grand strategy.
Contrary to what you may have heard in the media, our intelligence programs are carefully crafted to prevent abuses.
A list of signatures amassing a petition for the pardoning of NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden is growing by the thousands as he grapples with an uncertain future
Became disillusioned with Obama and threw support behind former libertarian candidate