A frightened population will find government promises of perfect security attractive.
The media widely proclaimed the NSA’s bulk data collection of Americans dead as of last night. Here’s the part of the story they forgot to mention.
The human rights organization has launched a campaign to convince President Obama to not charge Edward Snowden with crimes for the NSA leaks.
Edward Snowden is striking a more optimistic tone about what he sees as a rising “post-terror” America.
It didn’t take long for the US Senate to set the NSA’s sights on your selfies.
Now that the NSA is no longer able to bulk-spy on Americans, Congress is turning to corporate America for your data.
Congress is getting trolled…HARD.
For the co-founder of Apple, Steve Wozniak, the answer is simple.
The NSA’s bulk data collection of Americans is finally coming to an end after being ruled illegal and Congress’ failure to extend the Patriot Act.
New DEA appointment by President Obama, Chuck Rosenberg, has a past with questionable decisions. Is he the right guy for the job?