Why the NSA’s reaction to Snowden hints at a future that is closer to 1984 than even Orwell could have imagined.
In today’s global surveillance state, American moles aren’t spying for a foreign power, but for us.
The federal institute that sets national standards for data encryption has announced it is reviewing all of its previous recommendations.
Justin Elliott and Theodoric Meyer: Claim of “Attacks Thwarted” by NSA Spreads Despite Lack of EvidenceOctober 2013
The oft-cited number is 54, but there’s no evidence that it is accurate.
When the FBI hires hackers and hacking tools, it’s because they don’t have any other choice.
The NSA isn’t the only government agency exploiting technology to make privacy obsolete.
How the security state’s mania for secrecy will create you.
Understanding why the NSA spying programs are such a hot-button issue in the current German pre-election season.
On Chelsea Manning and the prices of disclosure.
As a senator, Obama supported strong controls on surveillance. As president, not so much..
A measure to end one NSA program was just defeated in the House by a surprisingly narrow margin. Here are other proposals on the table.
What we still don’t know about the agency’s internet surveillance.
An intervew with the Jameel Jaffer, the Director of the ACLU’s Center for Democracy, about surveillance, privacy, and the importance of “meta data.”
No one’s laughing in a global security state.
Vocabulary for life in the surveillance state.
What a whistleblower thinks a fellow whistleblower might have thought.
We’re not moving toward a surveillance state; we live in the heart of one.
The five uncontrollable urges of a secrecy-surveillance world.
What we know about what the government knows.