surveillance

Yes, you can record the police. And maybe the police should be recording the police.

Officers told a Post reporter to stop recording them. But why aren't officers always held accountable by video recordings?

House votes to rein in NSA ‘back door’ surveillance powers

House passes funding bill that includes an amendment blocking funds for some spying activities.

Why 76 lawmakers just voted against their own bill to reform the NSA

The bill was significantly "watered down" from an earlier version, some co-sponsors and privacy advocates says.

Americans say they’re shopping less online. Blame the NSA.

Nearly one year after Edward Snowden revealed the extent of the nation's spying apparatus, Americans haven't really changed their online habits.

Former Church Committee chief counsel: ‘New technology adds a lot to government power’

A Q&A with Frederick A.O. (“Fritz”) Schwarz, Jr.

Is the CIA spying on congressional computers? Here’s what you need to know.

What you need to know about the battle breaking out between the CIA and the Senate Intelligence Committee.

Tech companies say tens of thousands of user accounts were subject to national security spying

Microsoft, Google, Yahoo, and Facebook can finally reveal the extent of NSA spying.

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Warrantless wiretapping has managed to duck significant judicial review. Until now.

Why USA v. Muhtorov is the most important challenge to warrantless wiretapping yet.

Rand Paul: ‘We will go’ to the Supreme Court on NSA surveillance

The Kentucky Senator is leading a class-action lawsuit against the agency.

The most Kafkaesque paragraph from today’s NSA ruling

A judge ruled the NSA's phone records constitutional today -- but that's not all he said.

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