Privacy advocates split over NSA reform bill

The senate version of the USA FREEDOM Act has advocates and opponents in privacy and civil liberties circles.

Snowden claims you should blame the NSA for a 2012 Syrian Internet outage, not Assad

But experts say the former NSA contractor's claim is hard to independently verify.

The Senate has another go at NSA surveillance reform

A new version of the USA Freedom Act has been introduced in the Senate.

Snowden: NSA employees share intercepted sexts

It's considered a "fringe benefit" of the job, he says.

America’s ‘freedom’ reputation is on the decline a year after NSA revelations

New Pew research shows fewer global citizens believe the U.S. respects personal freedoms after NSA leaks.

German government to drop Verizon over NSA spying fears

Reports of U.S. spying on German citizens -- including German Chancellor Angela Merkel -- caused outrage last year.

How the NSA may be using games to encourage digital snooping

Analysts could earn 'Skilz points' by using the NSA's XKeyscore tool according to a new report.

NSA: Our systems are so complex we can’t stop them from deleting data wanted for lawsuit

The latest from the Electronic Frontier Foundation's Jewel v. NSA suit.

A year after Snowden revelations, government surveillance reform still a work in progress

The policy debate over NSA spying in retrospect.

The five things you need to know about Snowden’s first U.S. television interview

Snowden says he was at Fort Meade on September 11 -- and he's currently watching "The Wire."

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