Tag: NSA

FBI Director Confirms Russia-Trump Campaign Probe, Refutes Obama Wiretap Claim

“I have no information that supports those tweets, and we have looked carefully inside the FBI."

iPhones, Android Devices & Samsung TVs Vulnerable to CIA Spies, Leaks...

The explosive leak of more than 8,000 CIA documents to anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks is perhaps the most meaningful set of revelations since NSA secrets were provided to journalists by national security whistleblower Edward Snowden.

Obama’s Legacy: A Historic War On Whistleblowers

In his eight years in office, the Obama Justice Department spearheaded eight Espionage Act prosecutions, more than all US administrations combined. Journalists were also caught in the crosshairs.

Long Island Reps Back Bill to End NSA Bulk Collection

The vote come nearly two years after NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden disclosed mass surveillance at home and abroad by the surveillance agency.

Citizenfour: An Unprecendented Look Into Snowden’s NSA Leaks

Moviegoers sit in the same hotel room in China where the filmmaker and Greenwald meet Snowden for the very first time.

WikiLeaks’ Assange Talks Google, NSA & Granai Airstrike Video At NYC...

“He who controls the present controls the past, and he who controls the past controls the future."

Edward Snowden Granted 3-Year Residency Permit in Russia

Snowden has been living in Russia since last June.

Edward Snowden Defends NSA Leaks in NBC Interview

This was Snowden's first American TV interview since he leaked documents revealing massive spying by the NSA.

How Greenwald Met Snowden

Greenwald's new book "No Place to Hide" gives an inside look into his reporting on Edward Snowden's NSA leaks.

NYPD Disbands Unit That Spied on Muslims

Critics say the unit created mistrust in the community and was unconstitutional.