Snowden has significantly scaled down what he considers a victory.
Your laptop's Webcam has a light that's supposed to turn on any time the camera does. But research shows it's possible for hackers to disable the light.
Judge says Smith v. Maryland is a "far cry" the constitutional issues at stake in the NSA's domestic phone records program.
A 24-page NSA whitepaper describes the agency's techniques for inferring relationships from location data.
The NSA says it can't estimate how many Americans are subject to location tracking. That's hard to believe.
For the first time, Google acknowledges it received wiretap requests from the government.
The CIA doesn't appear to have broken any surveillance rules. But the deal certainly falls into a legal gray area.
Remember when the NSA tested location tracking? They didn't ask for specific Court approval for that.
There was a months-long internal policy debate over whether or not Justice should do what they said they were already doing.
Inside the agency's battle against information overload.
Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio was prosecuted after refusing to help the NSA spy on its customers without court oversight.
These people were caught spying on ex-girlfriends, husbands, and romantic prospects.
Former NSA and CIA director General Michael Hayden had a lot to say about the Internet Sunday.
Privacy advocates worry the reimbursement could become a profit mechanism for Silicon Valley.
Obama wasn't telling the truth when he denied the NSA had abused its authority. Is it possible he didn't know?
It's hard to escape the conclusion that Snowden did the country a real service -- even if the White House can't abide crediting him with it.
Survey shows NSA leaks led to canceled contracts for U.S-based cloud computing providers.
What does it mean that NSA critics nearly overcame combined opposition to a congressman's amendment?
The Michigan Democrat calls the program "shocking and disappointing."
The White House is very worried about the NSA losing the ability to collect domestic phone data.