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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’

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'

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.

Report: Google and Yahoo data centers infiltrated by NSA

Mobile phone simulating call to German Chancellor Merkel next to a tablet showing the logo of NSA is seen in picture illustration taken in Frankfurt

The agency bypassed security, giving it access to reams and reams of data

Dem congressman: NSA surveillance hurts the economy

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‘If a foreign enemy was doing this much damage to our economy, people would be in the streets with pitchforks’

NSA keeps detailed records of citizens' friend networks

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This is what many privacy advocates have been warning about

Keith Alexander sidekick dubbed NSA's 'mad scientist'

NSA Surveillance

‘He’s smart, crazy, and dangerous’

DNI to annually release telecom national security info

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The intel community appears to be trying to help U.S. cloud providers win back user trust over the recent PRISM scandal

Smart homes: A threat to privacy


An entrepreneurial hacker could find out what’s in your fridge — or turn on your bidet.

Tech companies offer civil liberties recommendations to WH


U.S. tech companies are hoping to restore user trust in their services

See how much Internet traffic the NSA scans

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Hint: It’s more than the White House lets on

These businesses want the government to disclose surveillance demands

Cellphone Stalking

Support continues to mount for Franken bill

How Obama nixed anti-NSA hearing


Critics of domestic surveillance program booted into the middle of next month, or the month after

Facebook continues pushback against PRISM allegations

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Internet companies are worried about the affect Snowden’s allegations could have on user confidence

Why the surveillance state must end

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Chris Christie’s shameful appeal to victimhood misses the point about post-9/11 civil liberties.

Are Obama's data power grabs just another 'phony scandal'?

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Unions are starting to follow the administration’s Orwellian example

Report: US tech companies lose business after PRISM revelations


The companies repeatedly denied participating in the PRISM Internet surveillance program

Companies beg Obama administration to reveal their secrets

NSA Surveillance Confusion

Companies allegedly cooperating with the government are hoping to calm their users and win back their trust

NSA official explains how it spies on people who know people who know people who might be terrorists

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Call this ‘a second or third hop query’

Brad Thor: 'PRISM is one of the most benign things' NSA is doing

Brad Thor

‘There are some other databases that are there that are absolutely amazing’