The NSA is ready to move ahead with a different program
Federal court found the soon-to-end program unconstitutional
Selections earned some early praise from privacy advocates
UK wants ISPs to keep records of users’ web activity for a full year
“There is a very significant number of people that are on suspicious watch lists, under surveillance"
"The ongoing costs of storing and looking after that data will still have to come out of individual end-user customer price rises"
Our privacy is being exploited commercially by the oligopoly of Silicon Valley, and in the name of national security by our governments. With so little control over our online lives, how can we reclaim the balance?
Guardian visits drone company PrecisionHawk developing safety tech for robot aircraft
Exploiting fear and anger to advance long-standing political agendas
Saudi Arabia's justice system based on Islamic Sharia law
The CIA's blame-shifting game "deceitful in the extreme"
Interior ministers met to discuss the measures in Brussels
“As governments look for strategies to close the Paris emissions gap quickly and cheaply, dietary change should be high on the list"
Ads within MTA guidelines
Iranian government reportedly broke into the social media accounts of several people at the State Department
Significantly curtailing civil liberties
"In a democracy, there should be no room for 'secret law,' and the courts should not play a role in perpetuating it..."
The metadata collection qualifies as reasonable, according to judge
"He knew everything I did... I had no idea about all the things he knew"
“And we know there’s a lot more than that need to be monitored”
...But Big Brother won't stop there
Secret legal document could upend the congressional fight over cybersecurity
"Now is the time to solve this problem, not after the next attack"
Prosecutors in Los Angeles almost certainly violated federal law when they authorized widespread eavesdropping...
TSA officials sent five-year-old boy's Buzz Lightyear toy to "infinity and beyond"
A covert operation in the name of ISIS is at least as likely as an attack by ISIS
“We have to take over the Internet"
These calls came before the smoke had even cleared
Required warning signs were confusing, obscured or missing, a Tribune investigation has found
Unbeknownst to itself, the NSA was collecting sensitive communications of top Venezuelan oil officials
Tech titan began testing prototypes on their streets over the summer
Despite failure of mass surveillance, government demands more mass surveillance