By Ian Millhiser on December 16, 2013
The central insight of Judge Leon's opinion is that technology has so transformed our world that it requires an entirely different constitutional privacy regime.
By Lauren C. Williams on December 16, 2013
Reporter John Miller gets slammed by social media for not asking NSA Director Gen. Keith Alexander these kinds of tough questions.
By Hayes Brown on December 13, 2013
A White House panel has handed over its recommended changes to the NSA after the revelations over the extent of the spy agency's reach.
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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.
By Hayes Brown on October 30, 2013
The NSA has found itself embattled on two fronts in Europe, which have merged into a single storyline. Here's how to separate them.
By Nicole Flatow on October 28, 2013
Targets of secret surveillance programs are finally being informed. This means the justices may finally get involved.
By Hayes Brown on October 25, 2013
The NSA leaks were meant to stop domestic surveillance of Americans. They may wind up completely changing the Internet as we now understand it.
By Hayes Brown on October 24, 2013
Oh, how the tables have turned.