Tech companies didn't look so good when Edward Snowden revealed they were helping governments spy on people. It might have been the best thing that happened to them.
Three years after the world learned about US and UK surveillance programs, the reporter who helped publicize Edward Snowden's leaks says concerns over privacy have changed tech -- for the better.
A look at the timeline of events in the uncovering of America's domestic surveillance programs
Revelations of government surveillance programs prompted a big change in US tech companies. It was about time, says Greenwald.
From Hillary Clinton to Steve Wozniak, here's what supporters and critics have to say about Edward Snowden and democracy.
We chat about the effects of Snowden's leaks, as well as Mark Zuckerberg's social-media accounts getting hacked and Sprint's new pitchman.
Tech companies didn't look so good when Edward Snowden revealed they were helping governments spy on average people. But the revelations have worked in the industry's favor.
The former US Attorney General who wanted to send whistleblower Edward Snowden to prison has tempered his view.
Two surveillance programs, first revealed in documents leaked by Edward Snowden, are up for renewal in 2017. The Senate kicked off the debate early.
Technically Incorrect: The iconic director's take on the story of the most famous former employee of the NSA suggests a clear line between heroes and villains.
The government has been collecting so much information on regular Brits that even internal reviews warned of crossing the line, according to documents published by a rights group.
Political activists lend their voices to an online campaign calling attention to government censorship and surveillance.
The FBI is lying about its inability to hack into an iPhone used by a shooter in December's San Bernardino massacre, says the NSA whistleblower.
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