The Obama administration has been conducting warrantless searches of Americans’ communications as part of the NSA’s surveillance operations that target foreigners located outside of the U.S., the administration’s top intelligence official confirmed in a letter to Congress disclosed Tuesday.
Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden spoke at the 2014 South by Southwest Interactive Festival Monday about what the tech community can do to address digital privacy and security concerns. Continue reading
Updated 6:15 p.m. ET A NSA spokesperson, late today, emailed the following statement to the NewsHour: “As we’ve said before, the National Security Agency does not ask its foreign partners to undertake any intelligence activity that the U.S. Government would … Continue reading
Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden recorded a Christmas video message for Britian’s public television station, Channel 4. In his message, Snowden warns of a future where there will be no privacy due to intrusive surveillance. “A child born today will … Continue reading
Since the Edward Snowden story broke and information on domestic and international spying operations came to light, there have been countless unanswered questions about the NSA, the extent of information being collected and the agency itself. The Guardian has compiled … Continue reading
Edward Snowden allegedly told a German lawmaker that he is willing to cooperate with investigations and even testify concerning NSA spying. The former NSA employee, who is currently in Russia having been granted temporary asylum, supposedly handed a letter containing … Continue reading
#Snowden: “There’s a zero percent chance the Russians or Chinese have received any documents." @nytimes interview: http://t.co/TZjsW87ett — Carlos Lozada (@CarlosLozadaWP) October 17, 2013