A strongly worded letter from Microsoft's general counsel to Attorney General Eric Holder says secrecy about National Security Agency surveillance is harming fundamental "constitutional principles."
The head of the NSA faces a tough audience as he appeals to hackers and security professionals at Black Hat 2013 to help the U.S. government build better spying tools.
A retweet by someone in America's Cairo embassy pointing to a "Daily Show" episode becomes a new source of friction in U.S.-Egyptian relations.
In its second transparency report, Twitter explains in detail the number of times government agencies around the world asked for information on users, and how often it complied.
While talking about reforms for the intelligence community, the president says the NSA is following the law and not violating the Constitution.
Nominee Elena Kagan's openness to Webcasting or televising court proceedings might be enough to convince the court's old guard to turn on the cameras. That's long overdue.
France just passed a law that would suspend Internet access for those accused of online copyright violations. Could the U.S. follow suit?
Suit names President Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney in effort to halt what the group called the "massively illegal" warrantless surveillance of Americans' Internet and telephone communications.
Chatting up his newly published book, Oxford professor suggests that the Internet is at "a constitutional moment," in need of a system of power checks and balances.
The Supreme Court unanimously rules that warrantless GPS tracking of people in automobiles violates the U.S. constitution.