Bush says there’s “no evidence” mass data collection violated civil liberties. He’s wrong.
You’ll need to de-NSA your new OS.
An agent touched him in all the wrong places.
In Seattle, this is actually happening.
Here’s what they said.
Bad news for those concerned about privacy.
It’s called the “Snoopers Charter” and it’s downright Orwellian.
Post-USA Freedom Act, reformers still have plenty of work to do.
He thought it was trespassing on his property. A court didn’t agree.
Meanwhile they’re debating a spy bill of their own and wrestling with issues of privacy.
Here we go again…
He’s right, for once.
Anatomy of a smear.
A taste of our own medicine.
No wonder neoconservatives lost the Patriot Act fight.
Congressman Thomas Massie is leading the charge.
This goes way beyond phone metadata.
They told us to trust them, but their arguments didn’t add up.
Not just the NSA.
Surprising no one.
It was collected illegally.
“It’s amazing to me how many conservatives have bought into this.”
Reforming, but not ending, the NSA’s metadata snooping.
This depressing bit of news reveals just how deceptive Obama and hawks are.
Patriot Act and mass surveillance defenders keep saying there haven’t been any cases of abuse.
An exclusive survey asked Americans to rank common sources of dread.
The NSA’s metadata collection abilities expire tonight. The Senate seems unlikely to restore them in time.
The public’s tolerance of NSA spying has evaporated.