During an online appearance at SXSW, Edward Snowden said he would "absolutely" do it all again.

The day after he won the Conservative Political Action Conference straw poll of potential GOP presidential candidates, with a 3-1 lead over his nearest rival, Kentucky Senator Rand Paul said a clear focus on the issue of privacy in the midst of America's growing surveillance state is necessary if the Republican Party is going to grow and win elections again.

A document released by Edward Snowden reveals that intelligence agents create false online information to discredit and destroy individuals and businesses.

Ron Paul has announced his sponsorship of a petition to grant Edward Snowden clemency upon his return to the United States.

In an interview, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper claims he was surprised by congressional questions.

Former Bush officials and a GOP congressman rebuked the Republican National Committee for its resolution to end NSA blanket surveillance.

President Obama has some nerve. He opened his speech on NSA spying by likening his surveillance regime to Paul Revere and the Sons of Liberty.

The architects of the sprawling federal surveillance apparatus probably didn’t count on one thing that could bring their unconstitutional construction to an abrupt end: nullification.

The inconsistencies of Snowden's detractors are revealed.

If he were to borrow a slogan his old rival and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton helped popularize, President Obama in his January 17 speech might have said, "It takes a village" to run a surveillance state.

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