By Travis Waldron on September 10, 2013
The New York Police Department may have expanded its surveillance of Muslims and Arabs to youth sports leagues.
By Hayes Brown on August 29, 2013
For the first time we have details about just how the U.S. spends the billions of dollars it budgets annually for its spy programs.
By Aviva Shen on August 27, 2013
More than half of those users were targeted by the U.S. government.
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By Ryan Koronowski on August 26, 2013
This marks the first time a private company has received permission to fly drones in America for non-experimental purposes.
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
Newly public documents show just how much the Executive Branch has misled the Judicial Branch in operating its surveillance programs.
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.
By Ben Armbruster on August 13, 2013
Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden tells the New York Times why he chose to leak secret documents to Glenn Greenwald and Laura Poitras.
By Hayes Brown on August 12, 2013
In places like Mexico and Syria, reporters are being killed for putting out the truth. These hackers want to help.