The National Security Agency (NSA) regularly monitors telephone calls and e-mails of innocent Americans, ignoring privacy laws, court orders, and the Constitution. This revelation comes from results of an internal audit and other classified reports.
In a brief filed in a federal court, Google claims that users have no expectation of privacy with regard to e-mail content.
President Obama reportedly will not appoint DNI James Clapper to head the NSA surveillance review board.
Edward Snowden asserts that the NSA has specifically targeted journalists who wrote critically about the federal government following the September 11 attacks.
Relying on a loophole in FISA, the NSA is conducting active and warrantless surveillance of the electronic communications of Americans.
Edward Snowden's father and the family attorney challenged statements made by President Obama.
What is it with Republicans anyway? Why, when public sentiment is shifting in their favor, do they form a circular firing squad and begin taking pot shots at each other?
In his Aug. 9 press conference, President Obama seems to have paved the way for a government admission that the NSA is recording the telephone calls of millions of Americans.
The New York Times reported August 8 that the National Security Agency has been searching through the e-mail messages of the American people on a massive scale, even in some instances where the messages are not to or from foreigners residing abroad.