How the intelligence community in America fails to achieve the success of its fictonal counterpart.
In today’s global surveillance state, American moles aren’t spying for a foreign power, but for us.
Colonel Manners demystifies national security etiquette for the masses.
When the FBI hires hackers and hacking tools, it’s because they don’t have any other choice.
As early as 2004, an unnamed telecommunications company—identified in documents only as Company A—helped the FBI spy on New York Times reporters.
On Chelsea Manning and the prices of disclosure.
As a senator, Obama supported strong controls on surveillance. As president, not so much..
What if your country begins to change and no one notices?
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.”
A letter to Edward Snowden
Vocabulary for life in the surveillance state.
We’re not moving toward a surveillance state; we live in the heart of one.
How the government can get your digital data.
The five uncontrollable urges of a secrecy-surveillance world.
What we know about what the government knows.
Drones, surveillance towers, malls of the spy state, and the national security police on the northern border.
From electronic surveillance to drone strikes to racial disparities in the criminal justice system, the writer, lawyer, and advocate anticipates the most pressing issues of the next four years.
The director of the Arab Association of New York talks with Meaghan Winter about mosque monitoring, civil liberties, and kids asking ‘why do they hate us?’
No one knows for sure why or how many cell phone records have been picked up, or whether it’s fully legal.
With surveillance cameras on every corner and our smartphones tracking our every move, we’ve entered a new era of the war on civilian privacy.