After sending out dozens of asylum requests to countries around the world, it's looking like NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden may be able to take up residence in Latin America.
In a tactic that could be used by military leaders around the world, Nicaragua has excused its army from setting foot on a neighbouring country's soil by saying it was Google's fault.
The music service is extending its global reach, with 55 markets in total.
In a not-so-subtle attempt to steal some of Spotify's thunder, the music-streaming service announces it has expanded to 20 new territories.
In a letter to the people of Brazil, Edward Snowden offers to help uncover NSA surveillance on Brazilian citizens in exchange for permanent asylum.
The self-proclaimed whistleblower issues a statement before human rights organizations in Russia on Friday asking for temporary asylum until he can travel to Latin America.
New devices to be used by the Moscow Metro subway police will track data on cell phone SIM cards from up to five meters away.
The battle is heating up for international, with the company also introducing a plan that allows 1-cent-per-minute calls to more than 35 countries.
Former NSA contractor has a virtual "instruction manual" that could aid in duplication or evasion of NSA surveillance tactics, The Guardian's Glenn Greenwald tells the Associated Press.
Edward Snowden says a surveillance state, where the National Security Agency vacuums up Americans' domestic communications, was "not something I'm willing to live under."