The agency bypassed security, giving it access to reams and reams of data
‘If a foreign enemy was doing this much damage to our economy, people would be in the streets with pitchforks’
This is what many privacy advocates have been warning about
‘He’s smart, crazy, and dangerous’
The intel community appears to be trying to help U.S. cloud providers win back user trust over the recent PRISM scandal
An entrepreneurial hacker could find out what’s in your fridge — or turn on your bidet.
U.S. tech companies are hoping to restore user trust in their services
Hint: It’s more than the White House lets on
Support continues to mount for Franken bill
Critics of domestic surveillance program booted into the middle of next month, or the month after
Internet companies are worried about the affect Snowden’s allegations could have on user confidence
Chris Christie’s shameful appeal to victimhood misses the point about post-9/11 civil liberties.
Unions are starting to follow the administration’s Orwellian example
The companies repeatedly denied participating in the PRISM Internet surveillance program
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
Call this ‘a second or third hop query’
‘There are some other databases that are there that are absolutely amazing’
Secretive FISA court sides with Yahoo over disclosure of 2008 PRISM case - The Wall Street Journal
In 2008, lawyers for Yahoo sought to to avoid becoming part of the NSA’s PRISM surveillance program by fighting it in a case before the FISA court.
Guardian journalist invited to testify on his reporting about the NSA’s clandestine surveillance in Latin America
Guardian has reported on some of WikiLeaks’ biggest leaks of all time