By Nicole Flatow on November 18, 2013
The decision forecloses what may have been one of the only avenues for challenging a ruling by the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court.
By Hayes Brown on November 5, 2013
A new law in New Zealand requires telecoms networks to allow the country's intelligence agencies to tap their data, same as in the U.S. and U.K.
By Rebecca Leber on October 31, 2013
Tory MP Julian Smith accused the paper of treason, even as he admitted it had the right to report on the issue.
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By Alyssa Rosenberg on September 30, 2013
'Homeland' creator Alex Gansa on what we can expect from the third season as the battle moves from the field to Congress, and Carrie goes off her Lithium.
By Hayes Brown on September 23, 2013
Obama is going to have to take the stage at the U.N. right after some not very nice things are likely said about him.
By Hayes Brown on September 15, 2013
The former head of the NSA and CIA doesn't see much value in some proposed changes to how the FISA court system decides who can be spied on.
By Alyssa Rosenberg on September 12, 2013
The biggest problem with 'Agents of SHIELD': the pilot's more interested in making generic pronouncements than building out its world.
By Ben Armbruster on August 22, 2013
The White House has named NSA surveillance critic and CAP fellow Peter Swire to its NSA review panel.
By Hayes Brown on August 21, 2013
What limits are there when the NSA and tech companies are in agreement? That question has already been answered once with worrying results.
By Ben Armbruster on August 16, 2013
After the Washington Post reported that the NSA broke privacy rules, the leader of the secret court overseeing NSA surveillance says he lacks oversight powers.