It just wasn’t a very good week for phones or for freedom.
Snowden would come back home to a jail cell – and not just an ordinary cell-block but isolation in solitary confinement
It’s too soon to treat the events nostalgically since, according to some, they are not yet over. I’m not sure about that, but what is indisputable is that hope is dead
You declare the defendant “not guilty” regardless of the evidence and let him walk free, “nullifying” the unjust or unfair law
So much is at stake: for whistleblowers, freedom of the press and the public’s right to know. For democracy
The question Mr. Williams and his guests should have been discussing is whether Director of National Intelligence James Clapper and former National Security Agency head Keith Alexander are criminals
The NSA files revealed new threats to democracy
In the Boston suburb of Brookline, Massachusetts, people decided they didn’t trust a license plate reader system that would share data outside of their community.
The National Security Agency has been recording and storing nearly all the domestic (and international) phone calls from two or more target countries as of 2013
We need help, George, penetrating acronyms of government gone wild