Reports come after company's top lawyer called for the government to codify rules
Kentucky senator said he'll call for bipartisan investigation into CIA, NSA practices.
Speaking at South by Southwest, former NSA contractor Edward Snowden says that the NSA is "setting fire to the future of the Internet."
House intelligence committee Chairman Mike Rogers's (R-Mich.) insinuated Sunday that Snowden earned his asylum in Russia by sharing information.
About three-fourths of those who paid attention say Obama's ideas won't increase privacy protections.
Technology and telecom firms said the reforms President Obama laid out in his speech were a good first step but fell short of their hopes to significantly change the government’s vast surveillance program.
By Cecilia Kang
The reforms only target one NSA surveillance program
By Vincent Bzdek
Here the major changes in U.S. policy on conducting surveillance both at home and abroad that Obama is proposing.
By Greg Miller
Follow along with our live updates on President Obama's speech.
The president will lay out his plan in a speech this morning.
By David Nakamura