Days before the president is scheduled to announce possible reform proposals to the NSA's surveillance programs, the civil liberties group creates a petition calling for Snowden's amnesty.
Barack Obama supporters are lashing out against the Democratic presidential candidate for changing his position on the telecom immunity issue.
GOP leaders hope to force a vote on a controversial rewrite of surveillance laws that would, if it became law, wipe out pending lawsuits against AT&T and others.
Feds tell district judge government must be allowed to protect the heartland. EFF says that is fine, but don't strip away constitutional rights.
Bush wins hard-fought battle after Senate immunizes telecom companies that illegally opened their networks to the Feds. There's a chance a suit against AT&T could continue.
The House of Representatives adjourns without approving a law granting telecommunications firms that violated federal privacy laws retroactive immunity from lawsuits.
GOP lawmakers vote against temporary extension of a surveillance law that they say is vital for national security. Why? They want retroactive immunity for telecom companies included.
With temporary spy law expansion set to expire February 1, the Bush administration is ratcheting up pressure for a broader replacement. Not so fast, say Democratic leaders.
Bloggers race to create compelling content during competition, but only one will survive what's billed as an "Internet cage match."
Republican says he hasn't changed his position on shielding telecommunications companies that illegally opened their networks to the Feds. But his statements suggest otherwise.