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Filmmaker Brian Knappenberger on FBI vs Apple Controversy: ‘Do You Trust...

In an exclusive interview with Truth In Media’s Joshua Cook, filmmaker Brian Knappenberger breaks down the issues surrounding the FBI/Apple controversy and explained what...

Lawsuit Forces DEA to Destroy Millions of Americans’ Phone Calls

In December, the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Human Rights Watch celebrated a victory after their lawsuit against the Drug Enforcement Administration led to the conclusion...

Report: NSA Spied on Israel’s Private Talks with U.S. Lawmakers about...

The United States National Security Agency reportedly spied on Israeli lawmakers and ended up obtaining information from private conversations with U.S. lawmakers during negotiations...

New Documents Reveal the NSA is Still Collecting Americans’ Emails

New records obtained by the New York Times via Freedom of Information Act requests reveal that the National Security Agency’s mass collection of email...

Lawmakers Demand Information on Federal Use of Stingray Surveillance

On Monday, four members of the House Over­sight Com­mit­tee sent letters to 24 federal agencies including the Department of State and the Securities and...

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.

Senator Patrick Leahy, Privacy Groups Question DOJ’s New Rules on Surveillance

A recent announcement by the U.S. Department of Justice regarding new rules for federal law enforcement agencies using cellphone tracking technology may not be as...

BROZE: Privacy Advocates Prepare For Battle Over Cybersecurity Bill

The returning Congress is expected to debate the controversial Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act.

Audit of U.S. Postal Service Shows Extensive Use of Surveillance

The existence of a surveillance program exclusively focused on traditional "snail" mail has been known since at least the beginning of 2014. In December...

Supreme Court May Review U.S. Government’s Cellphone ‘Kill Switch’

On August 11, the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) filed a petition with the  U.S. Supreme Court in their latest effort to force the...

The Spy in Your Pocket

How a Federal Court Skirted the Fourth Amendment and Dealt a Blow to Privacy

U.S. and Europe Investigating Possible New NSA Whistleblower

New documents from the National Security Agency outline how the agency was spying on the most profitable companies in France for "economic intelligence" purposes. The documents...

Confirmed: Israel spied on America’s nuclear negotiations with Iran

Solid evidence has emerged Israel spied on U.S. nuclear negotiations with Iran by using a powerful virus to infiltrate computers in hotels where talks were held.

American Government Hacked Phones, Planted Spyware in Google Phone Apps

A new document from whistleblower Edward Snowden reveals that the United States, Canada, and other so-called "Five Eyes" nations hacked weaknesses in one of the...

FBI Invested in License-Plate Reader Tech Despite Privacy Concerns

The Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) invested hundreds of thousands of dollars in license-plate reader technology despite conflict regarding privacy concerns, according to newly...

Governor Walker Breaks Silence On Patriot Act, NSA Stance

Appearing on Fox News’ Special Report with Bret Baier, presumptive Republican presidential candidate Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker gave Americans their first preview on where...

USA Freedom Act Passes Congress, Rep. Amash says It Will NOT...

The USA Freedom Act has passed the United States House of Representatives overwhelmingly with 338 votes in favor and 88 against.  It now moves...

Washington State Now Requires Police Obtain Warrants For Stingray Surveillance

On Monday, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee signed a bill into law that requires police officers obtain warrants from a judge stating that there is probable...

Rand Paul Plans To Filibuster Renewal Of The Patriot Act

On Monday, 2016 Presidential candidate Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) announced that he plans to fight back against the renewal of section 215 of the...

Department of Justice to Reveal New Details Of ‘StingRay’ Cellphone Surveillance

The Department of Justice plans to begin revealing details on the use of Stingray cellphone tracking tools, according a new report from the Wall...

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