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NSA’s SKYNET Program May Be Killing Innocent People

In 2015, The Intercept published documents from whistleblower Edward Snowden which detailed the National Security Agency's SKYNET program. These documents detail how SKYNET engages in mass...

VIDEO: Activist Group Uses Drone to Drop Anti-Spying Flyers on NSA...

Members of Peng!, a tactical media group, published a video online earlier this month in which a drone from the group's anti-spying campaign is seen dropping...

Snowden: “The Balance of Power Is Beginning to Shift”

In an op-ed published Thursday in The New York Times, whistleblower and former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden reflected on how circumstances have changed...

After Senate Fails to Extend PATRIOT Act, NSA Begins Shutdown of...

Last week, the Obama administration said that it would begin winding down the National Security Agency's bulk collection of Americans' private phone data if...

Breaking: Obama Admin to Begin Winding Down NSA’s Phone Records Spying...

The clock is ticking, and Congress has until Friday of this week to re-authorize the USA PATRIOT Act's provision, found in Section 215, which grants the National...

DNI’s Lawyer Claims James Clapper Forgot About NSA Spying During Misleading...

Following news that a federal appeals court has ruled the National Security Agency's bulk collection of Americans' phone records illegal, Director of National Intelligence...

Report: DEA Collected Americans’ Phone Records Years Before NSA’s Collection Began

A report released on Tuesday revealed that several years before the National Security Agency began recording Americans' phone calls, the Drug Enforcement Administration had...

VIDEO: John Oliver Interviews Edward Snowden About NSA’s Explicit Photos Scandal

On  yesterday's episode of Last Week Tonight with John Oliver on HBO, Oliver interviewed National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden in Russia and led...

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...

The New CISPA: Cybersecurity bill passes through Senate Committee

The Cyber Information Security Act (CISA) has passed through the Senate Select Committee on Tuesday by a vote of 12-3, pushing the bill one...

BREAKING: Can new Michigan legislation nullify all NSA activities in the...

LANSING, March 25, 2014 – A bipartisan group of Michigan legislators have introduced a bill, which would ban the state from providing material support to...

South Carolina Democrats and Republicans push legislation to “nullify” NSA

COLUMBIA, March 11, 2014-- The campaign to stop unconstitutional National Security Agency (NSA) spying at the state and local level has clearly taken on a...

Guardian Newspaper May Face Terrorism Charges For Publishing Snowden Leaks

By Michael Lotfi, According to Reuters, British law enforcement agencies are investigating whether Guardian newspaper staff should be investigated for terrorism offenses over their handling of...