After news accounts of how the government has been collecting and storing millions of phone call records, e-mail messages and other forms of electronic communications every day, the chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee said Thursday greater protections are needed — for the government.
The revelations by Edward Snowden are causing public relations problems for two of Washington's finest examples of incestuous intertwining: Booz Allen Hamilton and its parent, The Carlyle Group.
Dr. Ron Paul worries that Edward Snowden — the man he called a hero — might be targeted for execution by the Obama administration.
On Tuesday the ACLU filed a suit against the NSA, and Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) plans to file a class action lawsuit challenging the NSA's wholesale surveillance of millions of Americans' phone records.
The response to Edward Snowden's claim to be the leak behind last week's revelation about PRISM was immediate and predictable: investigate and prosecute him as an enemy of the state.
JBS CEO Art Thompson's weekly news video update for June 10 - 16, 2013.
The book Predictive Analytics by the author, Eric Siegel, Ph.D. covers the topic of technology in tracking and predicting the behavior of everyone, everywhere.
Speaking to reporters Friday, Obama sought to allay concerns over the NSA's reported massive data mining of citizens’ private phone and e-mail records.
The Washington Post reports that the NSA and FBI are tapping directly into the servers of 9 Internet companies to track people's movements and contacts.
Bradley Manning, an Army intelligence officer accused of “aiding the enemy” by leaking government documents to WikiLeaks, is finally on trial this week. by Alex Newman