Zuckerberg and Obama "had an honest talk about government intrusion on the Internet," says Facebook -- just days after the CEO posted an indignant statement on his Facebook page.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein blasts CIA chief John Brennan for allegedly spying on Senate Intelligence Committee computers, whom Edward Snowden then accused of hypocrisy.
State Department insider says German chancellor's reaction to phone tap may be an act; an enterprising tweeter works some spycraft on the NSA; Snowden speaks out; and more.
In a speech outlining his proposals to reform the NSA's controversial phone-records program, President Obama tries to reassure Americans and foreign governments -- and makes another dig at Edward Snowden.
The agency says in a statement that a report in an Italian magazine that it "has targeted" the Vatican is false.
Apple is refunding in-app purchases, Google is helping you conserve data on your smartphone, and the NSA is spying using radio waves.
The rent-to-own computer company settles a complaint that accused it of secretly taking Webcam photos of users in their homes and recording keystrokes of Web site login credentials.
The NSA whistleblower says the latest development “marks the beginning of a new effort to reclaim our rights from the NSA.”
The NSA reportedly hacked the Chinese telecommunications giant's servers to spy on company executives and government officials. Now, the Chinese government wants to know why.
The Syrian Electronic Army targets the public faces of Skype, hacking messages to its blog and to its Twitter and Facebook accounts.