by Alice Ollstein Nov 4, 2015
Carson dedicates several pages in his new book to the value of what Snowden exposed, but tells ThinkProgress he would not pardon him for exposing it.
by Andrew Breiner Sep 29, 2015
Could this be a new public role for the whistleblower?
by Alice Ollstein May 13, 2015
In the first major policy address of his White House bid, Marco Rubio calls for "permanently extending Section 215 of the Patriot Act."
by Alice Ollstein Apr 7, 2015
"The Washington machine that gobbles up our freedoms and invades every nook and cranny of our lives must be stopped," declared Rand Paul (R-KY) in his presidential campaign launch.
by Lauren C. Williams Dec 29, 2014
The leaked documents also revealed which services provide little privacy protections.
by Alice Ollstein Dec 26, 2014
The heavily-redacted report shows agents broke the law both intentionally and through human error.
by Lauren C. Williams Nov 7, 2014
Midterm elections uprooted some of the NSA's biggest critics, but privacy advocates are preparing to hold the new Congress members-elect to their campaign promises.
by Lauren C. Williams Oct 24, 2014
The film opens Friday in select theaters.
by Judd Legum Jul 17, 2014
Intercepted nude photos were "routinely" passed around the NSA offices, the whistleblower alleges.
by Lauren C. Williams Jul 15, 2014
Some European countries are reverting back to typewriters to shield their governments from the U.S. National Security Agency.