“Americans know surprisingly little about what Google wants and gets from our government"
Law enforcement, drug trade, political fights and terrorism have gone online
Edward Snowden has been invited to Norway to receive a freedom of speech award
Did feds attempt to steer man towards jihad?
FBI Director James Comey says government ‘paid a lot’ for tool, but ‘it was worth it’
IRS Commissioner John Koskinen says the IRS uses its Stingray to hunt down fraudsters
FBI also storing encrypted communications obtained in intelligence investigations until they can be decrypted and analyzed by specialists
The government has been collecting so much information on regular Brits that even internal reviews warned of crossing the line, according to documents published by a rights group
Just shut up and listen, argues newspaper's data editor
Proposal could leave app store the task of ensuring no software uses “warrant-proof” cryptographic options
Direct gov't ties to suppressing free speech of filmmaker should wake up many
"You have to hurt them where it hurts, it's a numbers game"
Lawsuit asks FISA Court for disclosure of secret court orders suspected to be used to force tech companies to unlock devices
Businesses to have become involved in lobbying for the measure's defeat
Database exceeds 1984 surveillance
Sanders pressed his line of attack again on Sunday that “Wall Street and other special interests” support Clinton
Banning cash is infringing on the freedom of citizens on a massive scale
“I want surveillance for our borders, and the drone has great capabilities for surveillance.”
Almost 8 in 10 Americans say they're dissatisfied or angry with the way the federal government is working
New tool called I-VIEW will allow first responders virtual access
A nebulous distrust she seems to have always inspired in some people
The high cost of the 16th Amendment
Investments appear to reflect the CIA’s increasing focus on monitoring social media
Meanwhile, Apple has vowed to reinforce security on its devices
Complaint argues government violating U.S. Constitution by preventing Microsoft from notifying thousands of customers about government requests foremails and other documents
Her lawyers appealed, insisting that the refusal to let her name her own children violated her right to respect for family life
The true reasons behind the steal of the Republican nomination
Commissioners were instructed not to reveal $5 million fine until day after controversial Lifeline expansion vote
Creators vow to demolish anonymity, reveal employers of those who use "harsh words"
More dirty tricks coming from the Cruz campaign
Behind all of the delegate-birds are the big corporations whose special needs drive the process
Mainstream media talking head wants to infringe on political insider's free speech