Director of National Intelligence James Clapper refers to a famous scene from the classic film in downplaying the tapping of German Chancellor Angela Merkel's cell phone.
Warner Bros. tomorrow will screen what may be the best movie of all time for free. But how many Facebook users have even heard of "Casablanca"?
AnyClip has signed an agreement to make thousands of movies--including classics like "Casablanca"--searchable, creating an SEO-friendly video player.
A new report out of Germany cites the Edward Snowden documents in saying that the GCHQ spied on German Internet companies. It also offers more info on US monitoring of Germany's chancellor.
Reports that the carrier provided phone data to the NSA could hamper its chances of getting European approval for acquisitions, says The Wall Street Journal.
The UK's Guardian newspaper says the NSA drafted a directive about spying on its closest, "Five Eyes" intelligence allies, and that it swept up metadata on UK citizens.
A report in The New York Times pulls from Edward Snowden documents to give more details about agency surveillance of foreign officials and businesses, as well as humanitarian organizations.
Newly released government documents spell out how officials should answer questions about the NSA's mass surveillance program; examples include "defend the nation" and prevent "another 9/11."
Warner Brothers has released classic movie scripts as ebooks, crammed with pictures, diagrams and tasty tidbits.
Today only, you can buy (not rent) movies like "The Dark Knight," "The Blind Side," and "The Matrix" for just five bucks apiece.