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Surveillance Bill Masked as ‘Cybersecurity’ Close to Completion

The Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA) was officially approved by the Senate back in October. Since that time, the bill has languished in committee as...

Federal Judge Stops NSA’s Mass-Collection Program

Federal District Court Judge Richard Leon issued an injunction Monday against the National Security Agency, stopping the agency’s bulk collection of telephone metadata.

Judge rules you cannot sue the NSA for secretly spying on...

A California district judge ruled on Tuesday U.S. citizens cannot sue the National Security Agency for invading their privacy covertly unless the citizen can...

FBI does not want citizens to know about ‘stingray’ phone trackers

The FBI has reportedly told various police departments throughout the U.S. to keep their use of "stingray" cellphone trackers quiet and to not inform...

After the USA Freedom Act fails, those who voted against it...

The vote to reform how the NSA collects bulk phone data and other types of data failed to pass by a slim margin, but...

New NSA reform bill fails in the Senate

The USA Freedom Act, a bill which calls for the NSA to halt all collection of phone data from millions of Americans who are...

The case against the NSA metadata collection began yesterday

The case against the NSA and their bulk collection of phone and metadata began yesterday in New York City. The ACLU filed a lawsuit in...

New bill proposed to limit NSA phone data collection

Senator Patrick Leahy (D-VT) is set to introduce a new Senate bill which would curb the ability of the government and NSA to collect...

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