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Obama and Your Privacy
Utah lawmaker questions city water going to NSA
FCC official warns Obama-backed net neutrality plan would bring 'immediate' Internet tax
FCC official warns Obama-backed net neutrality plan would bring ´immediate´ Internet tax
More Federal Agencies Are Using Undercover Operations
Judicial Watch Sues Federal Communications Commission for Records About “Critical Information Needs” Plan To Question Newsmen, Monitor Blogs
Americans’ Cellphones Targeted in Secret U.S. Spy Program Fake Cellphone Towers on Planes Used to Target Criminals, but Also Sift Through Thousands of Other Phones
Obama’s call for an open Internet puts him at odds with regulators
FCC chair distances himself from Obama on Net Neutrality
Obama Insults Americans With Phony “Buffering” Graphic To Push Internet Agenda For Net Neutrality
Obama calls for more regulation of Internet providers, industry fires back
Obama calls on FCC to keep Internet 'free and open' The president says that all Internet service providers should "protect Net neutrality" and agree to not block or throttle Internet traffic.
F.C.C. Considering Hybrid Regulatory Approach to Net Neutrality
Report Reveals Wider Tracking of Mail in U.S.
FBI Director Warns Google and Apple "If You Don't Decrypt Phones, We'll Do It For You"
FBI quest for smartphone data will fuel privacy battle
California: Brown Vetoes Bill Limiting Drone Surveillance
Chevrolet Corvette: GM Warns That Spy Feature May Be Against the Law
FBI Blasts Apple, Google Phone Encryption: It "Allows People To Be Beyond The Law""
FBI Plans Rapid DNA Dragnets
Comey Island There’s a new war on terror. So just what is Obama’s mysterious FBI director up to?
Obama Golf Buddy Accused of Secret Surveillance in Latest Edward Snowden Leak
Snowden: NSA collects mass data on New Zealanders
Spy court renews NSA metadata program
Yahoo says gov't threatened $250,000 a day fine
Yahoo describes surveillance fight
DOT Proposes Mandating Cars Broadcast Location, Direction and Speed
Meet ICREACH: The NSA's Own Secret "Google"
NSA Tried To Delete Court Transcript In Lawsuit Over Deleting Evidence
Pastors to defy IRS snoops by daring them to place them under arrest
New leaker exposing national security docs
Inspector General Seeks Audio Recorders Disguised as Defense Dept. ID Cards
Here Comes Snowden 2.0... And How The Government Determines If You Are A "Terrorist Threat"
CIA Apologizes for Searching Senate Intel Committee Computers
CIA Admits Spying On Senate Computers
Obama quietly expands government's 'watchlist' You don't have to be terror suspect to be chosen
The government wants to wiretap online communications — or in some cases hack them
The Secret Government Rulebook For Labeling You a Terrorist
US terrorist database growing at rapid rate
Advisor: Obama, NSA use Internet to silence critics like Tea Party
Merkel Slams Obama's "Cold War" Espionage "Doesn't Belong In 21st Century"
The ultimate goal of the NSA is total population control
Obama Administration Mum on Germany's Expulsion of CIA Station Chief
The FDA Is Now Policing Facebook Likes
Germany asks top U.S. spy to leave amid flap
Greenwald: GOP Official Spied on by NSA Without Warrants
Officials Defend N.S.A. After New Privacy Details Are Reported
Report: NSA compiling baby photos, medical records and resumes of citizens
Value Online Privacy? NSA Classifies You as an 'Extremist,' Collects More Than Metadata
In NSA-intercepted data, those not targeted far outnumber the foreigners who are
Supreme Court bans warrantless cell phone searches, updates privacy laws
Police Emails Indicate Plan to Hide the Use of Cellphone-Spying Devices From Courts
Hackers crack NSA spying technology
Is General Motors Working with the NSA to Snoop on Auto Owners?
US pushing local cops to stay mum on surveillance
NSA: Our Systems Are Too Complex To Stop Deleting Evidence
Widespread US Police Surveillance Is Happening In Total Secrecy
Cellphone operator reveals scale of gov´t snooping
New NSA chief seeks to reassure public on surveillance
N.S.A. Collecting Millions of Faces From Web Images
New federal database will track Americans' credit ratings, other financial information
Edward Snowden says he was trained 'as a spy'
Kerry tells Snowden to 'man up' and come home
Study: New Technology Development Pushed by Feds Allows for Data Collection on Every Child
Big Brother alert: Cameras in the cable box to monitor TV viewers
The threat facing online comments
NSA to Listen to Conversations in Real Time via Cellphone Mic
House passes curbs on NSA surveillance
'Everyone should know just how much the government lied to defend the NSA A web of deception has finally been untangled: the Justice Department got the US supreme court to dismiss a case that could have curtailed the NSA's dragnet. Why?
Federal ‘Biosurveillance’ Plan Seeking Direct Access to Americans’ Private Medical Records
Did Obama’s Top Adviser Really Just Joke About Spying On Your Online Activity?
The NSA records EVERY cell phone call in the Bahamas as part of previously unknown program revealed by Snowden papers
Did NSA blackmail Roberts to OK Obamacare? Klayman: 'Tyranny is greater today than in 1776'
Bush's fault: The United States Of Secrets: Frontline program on U.S. Domestic Surveillance
The FCC Issues its Proposal On Net Neutrality; Protesters Are Tossed from Hearing
Leaked Photos Show NSA Hardware Interception And Bug-Planting Workstation
Obama’s Internet ID Plot Being Tested in Two States
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler laid out the bright line on his proposed net neutrality rules during the Thursday meeting: "If a network operator slowed the speed of service below that which the consumer bought, it would be commercially unreasonable and therefore prohibited.
FCC moves ahead with Internet ‘fast lanes’ in net neutrality rules
FCC to cripple the Internet
‘Net neutrality’ puts FCC at center of storm
Who watches the watchers? Big Data goes unchecked
“We Kill People Based on Metadata,” Admits Former CIA/NSA Boss
Department of Justice wants expanded permission to hack and search remote computers
House Judiciary committee votes unanimously to rein in the NSA
FCC’s grab for new regulatory power could go beyond broadband providers
US Government Begins Rollout Of Its 'Driver's License For The Internet'
Big Brother is Coming To Your Brokerage Account
Obama Administration Opposes Bill to Delay Transfer of Internet Powers
Obama Administration Launches Plan To Make An "Internet ID" A Reality
White House seeks legal immunity for firms that hand over customer data
New NSA chief Michael Rogers: Agency has lost Americans' trust
NSA Whistleblower: NSA Targeted Obama Before He Was Senator; Being Blackmailed?
White House classifies phone numbers, street addresses of website visitors as 'public information'
FBI Plans To Have 52 Million Photos In Facial Recognition Database By 2015
Obama Lets N.S.A. Exploit Some Internet Flaws, Officials Say
Government Denies It Knew About, Abused Heartbleed Bug
DHS alert: Heartbleed may have been used against industrial control systems
Holder Admits That,If It Wanted,NSA Could Collect Searches,Emails Just Like Phone Metadata
Obama's equal pay mandate gives feds extraordinary new spying powers
Obama's NSA overhaul may require phone carriers to store more data
Security Breaches of Personal Information at Federal Agencies More than Doubles Since 2009
SHOCK CLAIM: GPS Data Reveals Possible Location Of Flight 370
NSA performed warrantless searches on Americans' calls and emails – Clapper
NSA infiltrated RSA security more deeply than thought - study
Obama: 'The Government Should Not Collect or Hold This Data in Bulk' 'Instead, the data should remain at the telephone companies for the length of time it currently does today.'
Carter: 'My own communications are probably monitored'
Navy database tracks civilians' parking tickets, fender-benders, raising fears of domestic spying
Barack Obama to meet again with tech CEOs about NSA
Inside the NSA’s Secret Efforts to Hunt and Hack System Administrators
NSA surveillance program reaches 'into the past' to retrieve, replay phone calls
U.S. to relinquish remaining control over the Internet
McClatchy: White House hiding 9,000 documents from Senate probe of CIA
NSA Denies Allegations that it Infected Millions of PCs with Malware
NSA pretended to be Facebook to infect millions of computers
Did secret CIA whistle-blower leak to the Senate?
White House knew CIA was reporting Senate staff to Justice Department
Issa Rips CIA Over Feinstein Spying Allegations: 'Treason'
Despite vows of help, White House withholds thousands of documents from Senate CIA probe
Feinstein accuses CIA of 'intimidating' Senate staff over torture report
The NSA Is Using Facebook to Hack Into Your Computer
The Most Evil And Disturbing NSA Spy Practices To-Date Have Just Been Revealed
Feinstein publicly accuses CIA of spying on Senate computers
Senator: CIA improperly searched computer network
Court rules NSA can't keep metadata longer than 5 years
Yes, The Government is Spying on You Through Your Webcam – Another "Conspiracy Theory" Proven True
Government agents are infiltrating online communities
Obama Asks Court To Make NSA Database Even Bigger
Greenwald: How Covert Agents Infiltrate the Internet to Manipulate, Deceive and Destroy Reputations
NSA Weighs Retaining Data for Suits Rule That Evidence Can't Be Destroyed Would Lead to Expansion of Controversial Phone Program
DHS cancels national license plate tracking plan
HHS Seeking Access to 'Full Twitter Historical Data' Government wants 'social media analytic tool' for 'ongoing monitoring'
DHS Building National License Plate Reader Database
Hillary goes mum on NSA surveillance 'Not clear how long she can keep up the silent treatment'
Outgoing NSA director: 'It's not our mission' to spy on everyone in the world
Spying by N.S.A. Ally Entangled U.S. Law Firm
How Could the Obama Admin Allow Snowden to Acquire Classified Information?
Utah legislators move to kill NSA data center
NSA spying undermines separation of powers: Column
'Rand Paul v. Barack Obama' lawsuit hits federal court with 350,000 plaintiffs, as U.S. senator sues White House and intelligence chiefs over NSA surveillance
Sen. Rand Paul Defends the Fourth Amendment
PROOF of Internet Censorship by Security Agencies – Here's How
Snowden downloaded entire roster of U.S. government - all names, home addresses and other personal info of **all** officials and gov't employees -- including law enforcement -- plus bankers, corporate boards of directors and more!
Klayman asks Supreme Court to hear NSA case
Judge mocks Obama's NSA lawyer Another setback for Justice's defense of massive spying program
Obama's 'NSA watchdog' funded research targeting reporters Campaign included de facto enemies list, investigations of news personalities
Nothing is safe: FBI reportedly bulk collects entire TorMail database
Obama Team Stonewalls Democrat on Spying Questions
James Clapper calls for Snowden and 'accomplices' to return NSA documents
Consumer bureau data-mining hundreds of millions of consumer credit card accounts, mortgages
NSA and GCHQ target 'leaky' phone apps like Angry Birds to scoop user data
First interview while in Russia: Snowden talks to German NDR - reports: NSA uses information for economic purposes
FISA Court Opposes Oversight of NSA
Obama on Limiting NSA: 'I Am One Figure, One Man'
Pentagon to launch blimps to guard against cruise missiles
Independent review board says NSA phone data program is illegal and should end
Blimplike surveillance craft set to deploy over Maryland heighten privacy concerns
Majority of Americans Not Convinced Obama's NSA Changes Mean Anything
Good news: Obama wants 3d party to hold NSA phone data. Bad news:3d party is Target
Lawmakers say Obama surveillance idea won't work
Barack Obama: Spying must not hurt US-German ties
Man Posts On Facebook About "Police State" and the FBI show up
Top CIA official admits 'minor' abuses of NSA database [VIDEO]
Obama Moves to Protect 'People Overseas' from U.S. Surveillance
Obama Picks Soros Crony to Lead NSA Probe
U.S. Supreme Court to weigh cell phone searches by police
Obama's restrictions on NSA surveillance rely on narrow definition of 'spying'
Barack Obama Defends NSA Agents: Your Neighbors and Friends (Video)
Historic clash: Obama, Rand Paul fight over privacy — and Paul Revere
Obama bans spying on leaders of U.S. allies, scales back NSA program
Julian Assange: "We Heard A Lot Of Lies In This Speech By Obama" [Video]
Obama Aides: He Didn't Know Extent of NSA Surveillance "I think it was disturbing to most people, and I think he found it disturbing."
Obama's Plan to Rein In NSA Phone Sweeps The president plans to limit the NSA's most controversial program. Will it be enough to calm privacy fears?
America's Spies Want Edward Snowden Dead
NSA collects millions of text messages daily in 'untargeted' global sweep
NSA Unleashed, Obama Tells Public, 'Trust Me'
NSA can't say if it collected data on lawmakers, officials
N.S.A. Devises Radio Pathway Into Computers
Verizon Wins Net Neutrality Court Ruling Against FCC
NSA Data Have No Impact on Terrorism: Report
Altering NSA Surveillance Programs Would Interfere With Vital Intelligence Operations National security think tank criticizes President Obama’s recommended alterations
Obama to explain changes to NSA surveillance programs next week
Government Agencies Reported Record Number of Data Breaches in 2012 'Breaches continue to occur on a regular basis…'
Feds move to block discovery in NSA lawsuits
Obama to meet with chief critics, defenders of NSA spying
'There Are More Snowden Documents on Israel' -Glenn Greenwald, publisher of the Snowden documents, says Israel "absolutely right" in linking NSA spying to Pollard.
NSA statement does not deny 'spying' on members of Congress
Secret court approves three more months of NSA phone snooping
NSA seeks to build quantum computer that could crack most types of encryption
Apple Denies Ever Working With The NSA
State Dept. whistleblower has email hacked, deleted
National ID headed for your wallet, purse Homeland Security to require digital features in driver's license
Report: NSA intercepts computer deliveries
The NSA's 50-Page Catalog Of Back Door Penetration Techniques Revealed
Backdoors, Government Hacking and The Next Crypto Wars
NSA program could have stopped 9/11, says Obama advisor
NY judge rules NSA phone surveillance is legal
Bizarre radio meltdown during Larry Klayman/NSA interview 'We lost control of the software. It's all going nuts'
VIDEO- Edward Snowden Christmas Message: End Mass Surveillance
Edward Snowden's Alternative Christmas Message To The World
A New Twist in International Relations: The Corporate Keep-My-Data-Out-of-the-U.S. Clause
Aug. 23, 2012: NSA Whistle-Blower (William Binney) Tells All - Op-Docs: The Program
NSA Lawsuit Attorney: Ignore White House Panel
Obama can’t point to a single time the NSA call records program prevented a terrorist attack
Netanyahu: Spying 'unacceptable' between friends In first official response to NSA espionage allegations, prime minister says claims will be investigated
NSA Panel Member Recommends Increased Data Collection Former CIA chief says controversial "bulk" collection of data should be expanded to include email, and could prevent the next 9/11.
Susan Rice: NSA Officials Didn't Lie, They 'Inadvertently Made False Representations'
White House Tries to Prevent Judge From Ruling on Surveillance Efforts
Clapper Releases Declassified NSA Documents
NY Times 'Disappointed' by Obama's NSA Response
NSA Paid a Huge Security Firm $10 Million to Keep Encryption Weak
Obama mistakenly said Snowden has been indicted
N.S.A. Dragnet Included Allies, Aid Groups and Business Elite
Obama 'hijacks' tech executive meeting to make 'PR pitch' on Obamacare website fix instead of dealing with NSA surveillance
Judge's ruling against NSA's bulk collection of phone records only "opening salvo"
National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden wrote in a lengthy "open letter to the people of Brazil" that he's been inspired by the global debate ignited by his release of thousands of National Security Agency documents, and that the NSA's culture of indiscriminate global espionage "is collapsing."
Larry Klayman crows on NSA win: "We hit the mother lode": -'We live in an Orwellian state'
Second Federal Judge ´Skeptical´ About Legal Case for NSA Phone-Record Collection
Judge: NSA phone program likely unconstitutional
White House says plans no split of NSA, Cyber Command
A conspiracy so vast: it's not just the NSA, now the FBI, local police also spying on US citizens
'NSA uses Google cookies to track targets,' reveals latest Snowden leak
Jon Stewart Skewers NSA Doublespeak
St. Charles Drivers Pulled Over – Asked For Blood & Saliva Samples
HHS Document: Cyber Threat Monitoring Has Increased 500% in Eight Months
NSA And CIA Spied On Gamers
AT&T says it doesn't have to disclose NSA dealings
NSA tracking cellphone locations worldwide, Snowden documents show
The NSA Is Tracking Your Porn Browsing
Map Shows the NSA's Massive Worldwide Malware Operations
N.S.A. May Have Hit Internet Companies at a Weak Spot: Cable links "peephole"
Obama's overhaul of spy programs cloaked in more secrecy
Are you D2, or do you just know them intimately? ... The domestic political police spies of the FBI and their interface with AT&T et. al.
N.S.A.Report Outlined Goals for More Power
'NSA exceeded the scope of authorised acquisition continuously,' says Judge
Official releasing what appears to be original court file authorizing NSA to conduct sweeps
Obama Offers High School Seniors $30,000+ to Snoop for NSA
A Russian GPS Using U.S. Soil Stirs Spy Fears
CIA Database Tracks All US Money Transfers
Americans' personal data shared with CIA, IRS, others in security probe [what books you read]
Google says US govt demands for data tripled in past three years
DHS Funds Installation of White Boxes That Can Track Population of Entire City
US Airspace To Crawl With 7,500 Drones In 5 Years
The Unintended 'Economic' Consequences Of The NSA's 'Bulk' Spying
C.I.A. Is Said to Pay AT&T for Call Data
Jill Kelly: How the Government Spied on Me; My complaint to the FBI about a stalker was regarded as an invitation to invade my privacy
Greenwald To Fox's Bolling: Obama Deliberately, Repeatedly 'Misled' Public About NSA Spying
New Snowden bombshell: NSA secretly tapping Google's, Yahoo's data pipelines to harvest metadata -- and content
NSA Scandal: Obama Takes Pope's Confession
FBI to Lavabit founder: 'Do you really think users trust you over us?'
Obama orders curbs on NSA spying on U.N. headquarters
White House OKd spying on allies, U.S. intelligence officials say
Obama May Ban Spying on Heads of Allied States
Administration denies halting spying against American allies
The White House will halt surveillance of U.S. allies, according to the chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, reflecting a major shift in policy.
US intelligence needs 'constraints' after NSA spying row, says White House
WH refuses to confirm Obama didn't know until a few weeks ago NSA spied on German Chancelor's Phones
Flashback: Obama in Germany: NSA focused on threats to security 'not the communications of ordinary persons'
Report: White House stopped phone tapping of foreign leaders this summer (Obama didn't know)
NSA denies Obama knew of spying on German leader
Obama Reportedly Unaware of World Leader Phone Tapping
NSA 'monitored 60m Spanish calls in a month'
Barack Obama 'approved tapping Angela Merkel's phone 3 years ago'
United States tracked Merkel´s phone since 2002: report
John Kerry: Damage To U.S. Image Abroad Due To Shutdown; Fails To Mention NSA Spy Scandal
State Department Will Not Answer If The NSA Spied On Obama
NSA monitored calls of 35 world leaders after US official handed over contacts
Report: NSA Spied on 124 Billion Phone Calls in One Month
Emails: White House, State Department coordinated with journalist on national security leaks
Report: TSA searching records of passengers before they reach airport
John Kerry tries to calm French anger over NSA's surveillance
NSA's Italy op exposed: 'Millions' of private communications intercepted with govt awareness
Leak Shows NSA Grabbed Data On 70 Million French Phone Calls In Less Than 30 Days
Obama calls French president amid spying concerns
France summons US envoy over 'shocking' NSA spying claims
NSA delayed anti-leak software at base where Snowden worked -officials
Snowden Says He Took No Secret Files to Russia
Critics: TSA Expanded Surveillance Threatens Civil Liberties
DOD ‘authorized leakers' directive bodes ill for whistleblowers
Privacy threat found in ObamaCare website
NSA collects millions of e-mail address books globally
Privacy Fears Grow as Cities Increase Surveillance
(Foreign Intelligence Surveillance) Court: NSA can continue sweeping phone data collection (Video)
Hillary Clinton: we need to talk sensibly about spying; Former US secretary of state greets debate as British shadow home secretary calls for oversight of intelligence
Stanford researchers discover 'alarming' method for phone tracking, fingerprinting through sensor
2009 CIA Warning on Snowden Went Unnoticed
NSA Veterans: The White House Is Hanging Us Out to Dry 'There has been no support for the agency from the President, and this has not gone unnoticed.'
NSA reforms threatened by 'business-as-usual brigade', Ron Wyden warns : Oregon senator and vocal critic of NSA says senior intelligence officials will try to make sure any change is merely 'skin deep'
Lavabit founder offered to log users' metadata if FBI paid him $3,500 Ladar Levison, the secure email service's founder, made the offer in an effort to safeguard passwords and prevent the FBI from mining incoming data
NSA infecting computers with malware
NSA public records requests up 1,000 percent since Snowden spying revelations
NSA director admits to misleading public on terror plots
Secret NSA documents show campaign against Tor encrypted network
NSA Chief Admits "Only One Or Perhaps Two" Terror Plots Stopped By Spy Program
Lavabit Case Unsealed: FBI Demands Companies Secretly Turn Over Crypto Keys
Lavabit: As F.B.I. Pursued Snowden, an E-Mail Service Stood Firm
NSA admits tracking locations of cellphones in the United States
Chief DHS Privacy Officer: Government Called Privacy Office "Terrorists"
Report: NSA stores everyone’s metadata for at least a year
Obama spy panel is loaded with insiders, critics charge
IG: IRS 'Improperly Withheld' FOIA Information
NSA chief asks tech firms to team on cybesecurity
Glenn Greenwald working on new NSA revelations
Reporters to reveal 'US assassination program'
NSA employee spied on nine women without detection, internal file shows Twelve cases of unauthorised surveillance documented in letter from NSA's inspector general to senator Chuck Grassley
The NSA has been creating maps of American citizens' social networks similar to how the FBI links organized crime families together
At U.N., Brazil's Rousseff blasts U.S. spying as 'meddling'
Brazil’s president condemns NSA spying
Former FBI agent to plead guilty in AP leak case
ATT,Verizon,Sprint Are Paid Cash by NSA For Your Private Communications
Close ties between White House, NSA spying review
Government Seeking Inclusion of 'Social and Behavioral' Data in Health Records
Google knows nearly every Wi-Fi password in the world
CFPB's data-mining on consumer credit cards challenged in heated House hearing
Report: :members of the AOPA(Aircraft Owner’s and Pilots Association) receive e-mail-- harassed pilots searched by the DHS- FOIA being filed
Feds Say: 'Pilots Have No Rights'
Private pilots chafe at surprise searches 4th-amendment concerns at heart of disagreement
Hackers Attack NASA's Website to Protest NSA
E-ZPasses Get Read All Over New York (Not Just At Toll Booths)
NSA disguised itself as Google to spy, say reports
Yahoo CEO Mayer: we faced jail if we revealed NSA surveillance secrets
Google security exec: 'Passwords are dead'
More NSA Lies: Spy Agency "Querried" 16,000 Phone Numbers Without Warrants
Declassified court documents highlight NSA violations
US spying on Brazil halts talks on warplane purchase
Latest Snowden Revelation: NSA Sabotaged Electronic Locks
Obama administration had restrictions on NSA reversed in 2011
Flashback (Aug. 16): WH Tried to Interfere with WaPo's NSA Story
Internet experts want security revamp after NSA revelations
NSA Has Full "Back Door" Access To iPhone, BlackBerry And Android Smartphones, Documents Reveal
Yahoo reports 29,000 data requests
Brazil, Mexico ask U.S. to explain if NSA spied on presidents
Report: NSA spied on Mexico, Brazil
Test 'reveals Facebook, Twitter and Google snoop on emails': Study of net giants spurs new privacy concerns
Cass Sunstein To Serve On NSA Oversight Panel
Cass Sunstein’s New Presidential Appointment Is Almost Hard to Believe…Especially Considering a Paper He Once Wrote
How America Spies on Europe and the UN
These shady foxes to guard NSA henhouse Controversial figures to 'probe' government surveillance
NSA having flashbacks to Watergate era
U.S. spy agency bugged U.N. headquarters: Germany's Spiegel
Corker: Congress Doesn’t Know Extent of NSA Surveillance
NSA Spies on Foreign "Love Interests" #LOVINT: Republican Candidates
NSA employees spied on their lovers using eavesdropping program
Obama: No Allegations NSA Is Trying to 'Listen in On People's Email'
Obama: NSA 'Inadvertently, Accidentally' Pulled Emails of Americans
NSA Analysts Intentionally Abused Spying Powers Multiple Times
NSA paid millions to cover Prism compliance costs for tech companies
Great news: Surveillance review panel stacked with intel leaders and WH staffers
White House Picks Panel to Review NSA Programs
Secret Court Castigated N.S.A. on Surveillance
Declassified NSA surveillance records released on new government Tumblr site
White House stands by Obama assertion that NSA isn't spying
NSA used PRISM to collect more than 200 million internet communications a year as of 2011
NSA gathered thousands of Americans' e-mails before court struck down program
NSA collected 56,000+ emails by Americans with no connection to terrorism
NSA has access to 75 percent of US Internet traffic, says WSJ
NSA 'goes after man who mocked agency' 'The only part of government that actually listens'
Legal bible Groklaw pulls plug in wake of Lavabit shutdown, NSA firestorm: Blogger who tracked epic Linux patent, copyright wars can't rely on email
The Guardian newspaper says British agents destroyed their newsroom hard drives after they began publishing revelations from National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden.
Obama Asks SCOTUS for Warrantless Cellphone Searches
New Details Show Broader NSA Surveillance Reach
David Miranda: 'They said I would be put in jail if I didn't co-operate'
White House was given 'heads-up' over David Miranda detention in UK - US says it did not sanction holding Glenn Greenwald's partner at Heathrow, but was told his name was on passenger list
After a report of 2,776 privacy violations, even NSA defenders are getting fed up: Bloggers blamed, attacked
Lavabit Founder Says He Had 'Obligation' to Shut Service
Glenn Greenwald's partner detained at Heathrow airport for nine hours; David Miranda, partner of Guardian interviewer of whistleblower Edward Snowden, questioned under Terrorism Act
What's Really Going On at the NSA?
Lavabit owner fears arrest for non-compliance after secret surveillance order
Obama and Your Privacy
James Inhofe Announces Intent to Investigate NSA Violations Inhofe will 'work to investigate as to what laws were broken by the Administration'
NSA abuses contradict Obama and congressional claims of oversight
You Won't BELIEVE What's Going On with Government Spying on Americans
WH Tried to Interfere with WaPo's NSA Story
Obama faces Dem backlash over latest NSA revelations
Edward Snowden leaks documents showing thousands of breaches of NSA privacy rules
NSA establishes $60 million data analytics lab at NC State
Congressman charges treasury secretary with stonewalling him on IRS questions
NSA broke privacy rules thousands of times per year, audit finds
Intelligence committee urged to explain if they withheld crucial NSA document
Obama privately derides controversy over NSA surveillance
White House: Clapper is not heading the intel review board
Snowden: NSA targeted journalists critical of government after 9/11
As Head Of NSA Review Group Obama Appoints Same Person Who "Apologized" For Lying To Congress
DNI Clapper Announces Review Group on Intelligence and Communications Technologies
Former NSA director says Obama not making major surveillance changes
New Doc: NSA Says It Monitors 1.6 Percent of Web Traffic
DOJ memo asserts that all US phone calls are 'relevant' to terrorism
Obama doesn´t understand distrust of government surveillance, but vows to address it
How many Terror Attacks thwarted by Domestic Spying? "At most, one."
Obama On NSA Spying: "I Would Be Concerned Too, If I Weren't Inside The Government"
Obama: 'I Don't Think Mr. Snowden Was a Patriot'
Snowden revelations force Obama's hand on surveillance program
Apple's Tim Cook, tech executives meet with Barack Obama to talk surveillance
Obama to Unveil New Plans for Surveillance Transparency
NSA loophole allows warrantless search for US citizens' emails and phone calls
NSA to cut system administrators by 90 percent to limit data access
White House: NSA monitors 'very small percentage' of Web traffic
Lavabit private email service closes down; advises their users to cease any operations with U.S. data providers
N.S.A. Said to Search Content of Messages to and From U.S.
U.S. cloud industry stands to lose $35 billion amid PRISM fallout
Obama: 'We Don’t Have a Domestic Spying Program' "The odds of dying in a terrorist attack are a lot lower than they are of dying in a car accident, unfortunately."
U.S. intel official: Controversial NSA programs played no role in detecting initial Al Qaeda terror tip
Al Qaeda intercept is just one piece of threat intelligence: U.S. sources
Fox’s Judge Napolitano: Gov't Leaked Operational Details About Al Qaeda To Show 'It's Spying Works'
'Read Constitution, not my email': Anti-snooping protests sweep US
Grayson Slammed For Sharing Classified NSA Documents, Threatened With Sanctions
FBI Wants to Patch Right In to Telecom Providers to Collect Metadata
U.S. directs agents to cover up program used to investigate Americans
Members of Congress denied access to basic information about NSA
Report: NSA info withheld from members of Congress
Video: NSA Collects 'Word for Word' Every Domestic Communication, Says Former Analysts
FBI pressures Internet providers to install surveillance software
NSA's ‘Homeland' includes Canada, Greenland, Mexico, Central America
NSA pay for secret funding for GCHQ, Britsh Spies.
NSA documents vindicate some of Snowden´s claims
Army bans soldiers from reading about NSA Newspaper divulges 'top secret' info on access to online data
Obama meeting with lawmakers on NSA surveillance
White House Extremely 'Disappointed' Russia Gave Snowden Asylum
Edward Snowden has been granted asylum in Russia
'Bullsh*t! You Lied To Congress!' NSA Director Gets Heckled And Cursed At During Conference Speech
NSA chief heckled as he defends agency's surveillance programs at hacking conference
NSA training guide shows how analysts like Snowden read American email exchanges and chatroom history without a warrant
NSA Spying Directly Harms Internet Companies, Silicon Valley, California … And the Entire U.S. Economy
Energy secretary: Cyber attack, not EMP, is biggest threat to electric grid
NSA chief addresses hackers as lawmakers grill underlings
U.S. Outlines N.S.A.'s Culling of Data for All Domestic Calls
Senators strongly criticise intelligence chiefs over NSA data collection Ron Wyden tells US senate of 'violations of court orders' while Mark Udall calls for major reforms of surveillance programmes
XKeyscore: NSA tool collects 'nearly everything a user does on the internet'
US Senate approves James Comey as new FBI director
Glenn Greenwald: Low-Level NSA Analysts Have 'Powerful and Invasive' Search Tool
Glenn Greenwald To Testify Before Congress On NSA Surveillance
General Dynamics to Acquire Vangent, Inc., from Veritas Capital Transactionl expands company in healthcare IT market.... -Veritas chairman commits suicide
Lawmakers Who Upheld NSA Phone Spying Received Double the Defense Industry Cash
ERIC HOLDER TO RUSSIA: We Will Not Torture Or Seek The Death Penalty For Edward Snowden
The NSA's New Spy Facilities are 7 Times Bigger Than the Pentagon
Feds tell Web firms to turn over user account passwords
Planned Parenthood Will Run Federal Data Hub With Private Patient Info
U.S. officials warn Russia against giving refuge to Edward Snowden
NTSB calls for wireless technology to let all vehicles 'talk' to each other
NSA Says It Can't Search Its Own Emails
Obamacare's Branch of the NSA Community organizers will use a Federal Data Hub to sign up people for subsidies -- and even ballots.
Tech companies call on Obama for government surveillance transparency report
The TSA is secretly ordering the cars of innocent traveler's to be searched in airport parking lots without asking them first
NSA's Surveillance Goes "Exponentially Beyond what it had Previously Disclosed"
The NSA Admits It Analyzes More People's Data Than Previously Revealed
Very public verbal slap aimed at Obama: Snowden up for Nobel Peace Prize
Brad Thor: 'PRISM is one of the most benign things' NSA is doing
Driving somewhere? There's a gov't record of that
Greenwald: Snowden Docs Contain NSA 'Blueprint'
Snowden documents could be 'worst nightmare' for U.S. - journalist
Justice Department revises rules for investigations involving journalists
Microsoft Worked Closely with NSA, Documents Show
Former NSA Exec: Government Spying Violates Constitution
The NSA Has Inserted Its Code Into Android OS, Or Three Quarters Of All Smartphones
The NSA slide you haven't seen
Privacy fears grow as Obama weighs expanded gun-buyer database
DNI Clapper Won't Resign Over Misleading Congress on NSA Surveillance
Edward Snowden 'accepts Venezuela asylum offer'
Edward Snowden: US surveillance 'not something I'm willing to live under'
Obama Wants a "Smarter Government" with Greater Technology
"We're Creating A Program Called MY U.S.A." President Obama
Obama to Use Google and Campaign Model to Make Gov't Smarter
Obama Lets Loose on Evo Morales
Ecuador says it found a hidden microphone at its London embassy
U.S. Postal Service Logging All Mail for Law Enforcement
DNI chief Clapper apologizes for 'erroneous' answer on NSA surveillance
The Washington Post Advocates Sending a Washington Post Source to Jail
House members call for the release of court decisions behind NSA surveillance
Greenwald on Fox : Obama Targeting Snowden 'To Intimidate Future Whistle Blowers'
Guardian Reporter’s Laptop Was Stolen From His Home After Breaking Snowden Story
Clapper under pressure despite apology for 'erroneous' statements to Congress
'Spying on allies is not unusual': John Kerry hits back at claim US bugged 38 foreign embassies as Angela Merkel brands it 'unacceptable'
Germany Summons US Ambassador
Wondering What Harmless 'Metadata' Like the NSA Compiles Can Actually Reveal? German Politician Shows You
Obama's Top General: Hero Or Traitor?
US government declares hacking an act of war, then hacks allies
If You Like The Surveillance State, You'll Love E-Verify...Buried in the immigration bill is a national identification system called mandatory E-Verify.
Washington Post releases four new slides from NSA's Prism presentation
New NSA spy claims hit Germany as EU calls on Washington for explanations
Key US-EU trade pact under threat after more NSA spying allegations
Secret-court judges upset at portrayal of 'collaboration' with government
After Obama Says He Won't Talk to World's Leaders about Snowden, He Has Biden Contact Ecuador's President
Greenwald: NSA Can Store 'One Billion Cell Phone Calls Every Single Day'
The Guardian Revealed A Major NSA 'Scoop' Then Deleted It From Their Website
NSA reportedly has secret data collection agreement with several European countries
Attacks from America: NSA Spied on European Union Offices
Biden Called Ecuador's President About Snowden U.S. Vice President Asked That Asylum Request Be Rejected
Ex-Pentagon general target of leak investigation, sources say
Obama administration paid contractors millions to snoop through Americans' financial data
"Obama's crackdown views leaks as aiding enemies of U.S."
Blackout: Defense Department Blocks All Articles About NSA Leaks From 'Millions' of Computers
NBC: Army reportedly blocking military access to Guardian coverage of NSA leaks
How the NSA is still harvesting your online data
Judicial Watch: FOIA release shows CFPB conducting "warrantless surveillance" on consumers
Feds collecting personal, confidential data on consumer's credit cards, bank transactions
NSA Collected "Vast Amounts" of Americans' Emails Under Obama, Guardian Reveals
NSA collected US email records in bulk for more than two years under Obama
Obama Hasn't Called Russians, Chinese About Snowden "I'm Not Going to Be Scrambling Jets to Get a 29-Year-Old Hacker"
House Passes 2014 NDAA; NSA Surveillance Will Lead to Indefinite Detention
Justice Dept. targets general in leak probe
Hong Kong claims the U.S. prevented Snowden´s extradition by using the wrong middle name on papers as Ecuador says it could take MONTHS to decide whether to grant him asylum
Declassified gov't report details decades of NSA computer spying
Ryan: Obama administration 'more incompetent by the day'
Putin Rules out Snowden Expulsion, Rejects US 'Ravings and Rubbish'
Putin: Snowden still in Moscow airport transit zone, won't be extradited
Russia angrily rejects Obama admin Snowden demands
Kerry Softens Tone With Russia in Snowden Dispute
Kerry urges Russia to be 'calm' on accused leaker Snowden
U.S. officials don´t know how much secret material Snowden took
Snowden made other asylum bids: WikiLeaks
White House careful to condemn only 'unauthorized' leaks of classified information [VIDEO]
Carney: Snowden's 'True Motive' Was to Injure Our National Security Interests
Snowden sought Booz Allen job to gather evidence on NSA surveillance
U.S. government revokes Edward Snowden's passport
NSA controversy boosts interest in 'private' Internet search engines
Here's Why You Never Talk To The FBI
Secret NSA Partnership with Microsoft: Provides US Government Total Access to Windows Computers
U.S. warns countries against Snowden travel
US 'disappointed' that Hong Kong refused to arrest Edward Snowden
Former Facebook security chief is now working for the NSA
David Gregory To Glenn Greenwald: 'Why Shouldn't You Be Charged With A Crime?' (VIDEO)
Fugitive Snowden seeks asylum in Ecuador: foreign minister: Lands in Moscow
Meet The Man In Charge Of America's Secret Cyber Army (In Which "Bonesaw" Makes A Mockery Of PRISM): General Keith Alexander, possibly the most powerful person in the world
The Secret War INFILTRATION. SABOTAGE. MAYHEM. FOR YEARS, FOUR-STAR GENERAL KEITH ALEXANDER HAS BEEN BUILDING A SECRET ARMY CAPABLE OF LAUNCHING DEVASTATING CYBERATTACKS. NOW IT’S READY TO UNLEASH HELL.
Pelosi booed for saying NSA leaker Snowden violated the law
Sarah Palin: Govt. doing same thing that punk hacker kid did to me
ACLU to Obama: 'We are tired of living in a nation governed by fear'
Obama has Prosecuted More Whistleblowers than All Other Presidents COMBINED
U.S. seeks Snowden's extradition, urges Hong Kong to act quickly
NSA Whistleblower: NSA Spying On - and Blackmailing - Top Government Officials and Military Officers
The assault on the First Amendment
How Skype developed a secret program called 'Project Chess' to make it easier for law enforcement and government officials to spy on customers' data
Leaking Non-Classified Docs at Ag & Educ. Equivalent to Treason/Espionage, Official Govt Policy Says
The Original NSA Whistleblower: I Know NSA Wiretapped Barack Obama In 2004 Because I Saw The Order
U.S. charges Snowden with espionage
Mysterious privacy board touted by Obama has deep government ties
Obama meets with privacy watchdog panel … in private
Obama to meet with privacy, civil liberties board
NSA leaker Snowden's clearance had 'problems'; firm that vetted him under probe
DOJ joins probe of Mitch McConnell HQ taping
McConnell: Obama is Stifling Free Speech President began delegitimizing opposition speech shortly after Citizens United, Senate GOP leader says
Surveillance contractors gave millions in campaign cash to congressional lawmakers
NYPD expands surveillance net to fight crime as well as terrorism
Leaked NSA Doc Says It Can Collect And Keep Your Encrypted Data
ACLU: NSA Retains Purely Domestic Communications Without Warrants, Documents Show
Revealed: the top secret rules that allow NSA to use US data without a warrant
FDA Seeks 'Data Mining and Targeting Software'
Lawyers eye NSA data as treasure trove for evidence in murder, divorce cases
Bush-Era Whistle-Blower: Obama Was NSA Wiretap 'Victim' In 2004 (before Democratic convention)
Firefox Web browser to move ahead plan to block tracking
Obama: Phone, Internet surveillance has 'saved lives'
AP CEO Says Government Sources Won't Talk After Justice Department Probe
Mueller: FBI deploys drones in US for 'limited' surveillance
FBI director admits domestic use of drones
FBI Looks for Leaks at Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court
Americans buying encryption services to try and 'beat the NSA'
Harassment and Intimidation: The Goals of Obama's Information Dragnet-It may be working
Hot mic catches NSA boss praising FBI chiefs for supportive testimony on surveillance programs
Google challenges U.S. gag order, citing First Amendment
NSA Chief: Intel Leak Caused 'Irreversible and Significant Damage'
Obama doubles down, says NSA 'cannot and have not' eavesdropped on U.S. persons
NSA Foiled NYSE Terrorist Plot, We Now Learn
Source: NSA chief will disclose details of thwarted terror plots
Leaker vows details on NSA access to tech servers
Obama's Sleight of Hand in His NSA Explanation
DHS hopes to get same cyber-spying powers as NSA
Massive San Antonio NSA Data Center Raises Eyebrows
ObamaCare Rule: HHS, IRS Can Share Private Health Information
NSA Leaker: Analysts Receive Your Emails
Officials: NSA Doesn't Collect Cellphone-Location Records
Obama: I'm not Dick Cheney
Obama says administration making 'right trade-offs' in surveillance programs
President Obama Defends NSA Spying It's "transparent," the president tells Charlie Rose in an interview. Here’s a portion of that transcript, from PBS.
Edward Snowden blames Obama
Newest Snowden leak: NSA intercepted Russian president's communications at 2009 G20 summit
China asks U.S. to explain Internet surveillance
China's state media says extraditing Edward Snowden would be 'unwise'
W.H. Chief of Staff Tells Schieffer: Obama 'Does Not' Believe He Has Violated Any American's Privacy
Apple reveals US surveillance requests, following Facebook's lead Tech firm promises users that iMessage, FaceTime, location details and Siri requests remain private
Facebook got 10,000 requests for data from NSA in just six months (and Microsoft received 7,000 orders)
Top Spy: 'Single Analyst' Cannot 'Eavesdrop on Domestic Communications Without Proper Legal Authorization'
Snowden Reveals British Government Spied On Officials' Phone Calls, Emails During G20 Summit
US spied on Russian President Medvedev at 2009 G20 summit - NSA leaks
Biden in 2006 schools Obama in 2013 over NSA spying program
Obama does not feel Americans' privacy violated: chief of staff
NSA can 'listen to U.S. phone calls' without a warrant, according to congressman
NSA spying flap extends to contents of U.S. phone calls
AT&T to Load iPhones With Emergency Alerts From Obama - That You Can’t Switch Off
As public concerns grow, Congress spooked over spying
Snowden: Classified US data shows Hong Kong hacking targets (Details of IP addresses hacked by NSA)
White House doesn't know where Snowden is
Jailed Qwest CEO claimed that NSA retaliated because he wouldn't participate in spy program
The NSA: Future Crime Unit (Jim Harper)
The Court Overseeing NSA Spying Has Already Found It Violated The Constitution
U.S. surveillance targets Internet, phone metadata
NSA admits listening to U.S. phone calls without warrants
Officials: NSA Programs Broke Plots in 20 Nations
NSA snooping: Facebook reveals details of data requests
Revealed: Yahoo FOUGHT against NSA's warrantless spying program but lost and was forced by secret court to join PRISM
Snowden Reveals Classified Records to Hong Kong Newspaper as Leak Investigation Heats Up
NSA Leaker Had Legal Means to Reveal Information
Edward Snowden: Whistleblower or double agent?
Secret to Prism success: Even bigger data seizure
Senators skip classified briefing on NSA snooping to catch flights home
Yahoo Reportedly Fought Against NSA's PRISM Program In 2008 (And Lost) Before Joining
U.S. Agencies Said to Swap Data With Thousands of Firms
Carney: Obama Has Clearly Explained "Necessity" Of NSA Surveillance
House Intel Committee: Snowden Lying about NSA Info
CBS News confirms multiple breaches of Sharyl Attkisson's computer
Obama's Snooping Excludes Mosques, Missed Boston Bombers
Justice Dept. Loses a Round in Battle to Keep Surveillance Wrongdoing Secret
"Metadata" Can Tell the Government More About You Than the Content of Your Phonecalls
'False': NSA Disputes Snowden Claim to Be Able to Tap Into Any Phone Call, Email
NSA chief: Surveillance programs thwarted 'dozens of terrorist plots'
White House: If lawmakers didn't know about NSA program, that's their fault
NSA leaker Edward Snowden: U.S. targets China with hackers
German government outraged by US snooping scandal
FBI requests for data on Americans up 1000% since 2009
Director of National Intelligence James Clapper jokes about reading people's emails at black-tie dinner
Google to DOJ: Let us prove to users that NSA isn´t snooping on them
Carney Refuses To Answer Why Obama Won't Speak To American People Directly About NSA Scandal
Secret Service "Visits" Outspoken Critic of Obama - Because of Twitter?
2006 Flashback: Biden Says Don't Trust a Spying President
FBI sharply increases use of Patriot Act provision to collect US citizens' records
Senator says program goes deeper than believed
Parents of Navy SEAL Killed in Afghan Crash File the First Suit on NSA Spying
Hagel Pledges Review of Civilian Contractors After NSA Leak Budget hearing focuses on costly civilians like NSA leaker Edward Snowden
WH defends DNI director Clapper after congressional testimony draws fire
Clapper under fire for suggesting no knowledge of fed's massive phone, email collecting
Verizon Allegedly Built A Fiber Optic Cable To Give The Feds Access To Communications
Journalist in US surveillance case: More to come
U.S. Prism spying program rattles EU lawmakers......"stunned"
Edward Snowden: Russia offers to consider asylum request
Nine Companies Tied to PRISM, Obama Will Be Smacked With Class-Action Lawsuit Wednesday
Contractor who leaked NSA files drops out of sight, faces legal battle
Two times the government used its anti-terrorism powers to target Americans not engaged in terrorism
HHS Touts a 'Huge Year in Data Liberation' With 'Health Datapalooza IV'
From 9/11 To PRISMgate - How The Carlyle Group LBO'd The World's Secrets
Tense: Ed Henry Confronts Jay Carney on Obama Statements During White House Press Conference
US government invokes special privilege to stop scrutiny of data mining
James Clapper Says He Answered Senator Wyden in the 'Least Untruthful Manner' He Could Think Of
NSA claims know-how to ensure no illegal spying
Verizon's Top Secret Deal With Pentagon Was Made Public in Regular, Annual Filing With SEC.
Carney declines to comment on Snowden, defends U.S. surveillance policy
Obama In 2007: No More Spying On Citizens Not Suspected Of Crime
Obama: No warrantless wiretaps if you elect me (2008)
Former CIA Officer: NSA Whistleblower 'Potential Chinese Espionage'
Code name 'Verax': Snowden, in exchanges with Post reporter, made clear he knew risks- The U.S. intelligence community, he wrote, "will most certainly kill you if they think you are the single point of failure that could stop this disclosure and make them the sole owner of this information."
Booz Allen Hamilton: Edward Snowden's US contracting firm: CIA connections
NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden: 'I do not expect to see home again'
Edward Snowden: I mistakenly believed in Obama's promises
NSA Leaker Comes Forward: 'I Know I Have Done Nothing Wrong'
Edward Snowden identified as source of NSA leaks
Did PRISM Really Help Foil NYC Terrorist Attack? Documents Show Otherwise
NSA phone spying program FOILED plan to blow up New York City subway, claim under fire security officials NSA domestic spying program foiled 2009 NYC subway bombing plot
Obama administration takes first step in probe on who leaked info about phone, email tracking
Obama: 'At Some Point' in the Next Three and a Half Years, I'll Be Leaving 'On a list of people who might be targeted ... I'd probably be pretty high'
.Interview with Dr. Jim Garrow details support and threats he's received: "Obama does kill people" (audio)
Lawmakers rebut Obama's data defense
Dem. Senator disputes Obama's claim that Congress was briefed
White House Says Congress Was Briefed 13 Times on Surveillance Programs
Government likely to open criminal probe into NSA leaks: officials
Justice Department Fights Release of Secret Court Opinion Finding Unconstitutional Surveillance
PRISM Biggest Contributor to Obama Intel Briefings
NSA Prism program: more details revealed in new slide
Analysis: Few options for companies to defy U.S. intelligence demands
Whistleblower’s NSA warning: 'Just the tip of the iceberg'
Obama: If you can't trust government, we're going to have some problems
Sources: NSA sucks in data from 50 companies
Blogger overhears intel officials saying NSA leaker should be 'disappeared'
$1.9 Billion Data Center Set to Open In October
British Intelligence watchdog flies to Washington to demand answers on snooping scandal
Flashback: NSA director asked questions about wiretaps, e-mail intercepts: denies intercepting U.S. citizens' phone calls and e-mails in 2012
Justice Department Fights Release of Secret Court Opinion Finding Unconstitutional Surveillance
NSA Eavesdropped on People Whom They Had Personal Grudges (Audio)
NBC: Officials: NSA mistakenly intercepted emails, phone calls of innocent Americans
Obama 2009: "For a long time there's been too much secrecy in this city"
Obama: 'Nobody Is Listening to Your Telephone Calls'
Obama defends surveillance effort as 'trade-off' for security
Obama: Surveillance programs involve 'modest encroachments' on privacy, help fight terror
White House on surveillance: Hey, let's have a 'debate'
Nat'l Intel Director May Have Lied to Congress About NSA Data Collection
Anonymous Just Leaked a Trove of NSA Documents: The NSA's 'Strategic Vision' for the internet
Greenwald: Obama 'bullying and threatening' anyone who covers PRISM
Obama Silent on Surveillance Controversy
Director of National Intelligence: 'Cannot Be Used to Intentionally Target Any U.S. Citizen'
US intelligence chief denounces release of information
US Declassifies Phone Program Details After Uproar
Government Storing Vast Phone, Email Data at NSA Data Center in Utah
PRISM: 'They Quite Literally Can Watch Your Ideas Form As You Type'
Glenn Greenwald: U.S. wants to destroy privacy worldwide
Eric Holder Refuses To Answer If DOJ Monitored Phones for Members of Congress (video)
Holder: 'Open forum' not 'appropriate setting' to reveal whether DOJ spied on Congress
Dems: Obama admin spying 'un-American,''alarming"
Apple, Google Deny Giving NSA 'Back Door' Access To Systems, Claim 'Never Heard Of PRISM'
Why the gov't source leaked PRISM
Scary: These Slides Show How The NSA Watches Your Every Online Move
Wash. Post: U.S. intelligence mining data from nine U.S. Internet companies in broad secret program
Is This a Video of the Director of National Intelligence James Clapper Lying to Congress?
Clapper denied NSA surveillance before Senate panel
Flashback: Obama Railed Against Monitoring Citizens Who Did Nothing Wrong
Kirk to Holder: Is DOJ spying on Congress?
The Guardian's Bombshell Revelation About NSA Domestic Spying Is Only The Tip Of The Iceberg
Boehner: Obama must explain Verizon user tracking
Obama administration defends massive phone record collection
In 2005 Then-Senator Obama Voted NO On Patriot Act's Wiretap Provision
Senators: NSA phone sweeping has been going on since 2007
New York Times: The Obama Administration 'Has Now Lost All Credibility'
Report: Verizon providing all call records to U.S. under court order
Alleged 'Top Secret' Court Order Reveals Alarming Scale of Domestic Surveillance Under Obama (And It Might Involve Your Phone Records)
Just In: NSA Collecting Phone Records of Millions of Americans Daily
Dept. of Homeland Security: Laptops, Phones Can Be Searched Based on Hunches
Judge orders Google to comply with FBI national security investigation
Justice Department tries to force Google to hand over user data
Links for reference
PRISM and Other Spy Tools
NSA Documents on Cryptome 1996-2006
Obama and the IRS
Obama vs. The 1st Amendment
Obama Voter Fraud