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On visit to Africa, former President George W. Bush says ex-NSA contractor Edward Snowden damaged U.S. national security.
Slides published by The Washington Post appear to confirm that the NSA and FBI have the ability to perform real-time surveillance of e-mail and stored content.
A Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court judge breaks with tradition by taking a tiny step toward more openness in lawsuits brought by Google and Microsoft. They're trying to clear their names.
Citing violations of European data protection laws, the group has taken legal action against Facebook, Apple, Microsoft, Skype, and Yahoo.
U.S. asks Hong Kong to extradite PRISM leaker Edward Snowden; Snowden departs Hong Kong for Moscow; a WikiLeaks volunteer had his Gmail account searched; and more.
Fortify your browser, opt out of location tracking, and use a virtual private network to hide your IP address.
In an interview with Charlie Rose, the president maintains that the top-secret NSA spying programs were within the bounds of the law and were intended to protect U.S. citizens.
A week packed with big events and big names, the tech world saw the new PS4, Woz on a Segway, a redwood wedding gone awry, and the biggest leak in NSA history.
Thousands of companies are providing intelligence organizations with data such as vulnerabilities and equipment specifications, sources tell Bloomberg.
The Web company was the unidentified petitioner challenging an order to help the U.S. government spy on foreign users, sources tell The New York Times.
In a world where privacy is fast becoming an illusion, pay attention to Benjamin Franklin's famous warning that "three may keep a secret, if two of them are dead."
Former CIA employee Edward Snowden says the NSA's controversial PRISM program extends to China and Hong Kong, according to an interview with a Hong Kong newspaper.