New focus from activists could lead to a heated debate in coming weeks.
“It has become a kind of sport to blame everything on Russia,” a Kremlin spokesman said.
The now-defunct program collected international call records for decades.
The program collected info on calls to over 100 countries over two decades.
Rand Paul said he would end the data collection on Day One in the Oval Office.
The Kentucky Republican's website allows donations through the virtual currency.
The new YouTube Kids app is covertly advertising to children, critics say.
The charges stem from poster sales on an Amazon Marketplace store.
A giant bust was installed at a Brooklyn memorial before dawn.
Twitter is reportedly back online in Turkey after removing photos of a lawyer taken hostage.
The comedian and NSA leaker got into a heated exchange.
Companies such as Microsoft and Apple flexed their muscle in opposition to an Indiana law.
Call center workers sold information about hundreds of thousands of customers.
The resolution would allow an up-or-down vote in the Senate.
When it comes to engaging people on Facebook, Sen. Rand Paul has some work to do.
The 65,000 cap on new high-skilled visa applications was hit a week after enrollment.
The item is included among many others on his presidential campaign website.
Recent congressional hearings provide a glimpse into what is so wrong with this regulation.
The former CEO said the tech upstarts were the "kind of disruption we want."
The agency has fined three companies more than $20 million in the past month.
Alan Gross had sought to sue the U.S. government over his arrest in Cuba.
The judges were added to the secretive court overseeing the U.S.’s intelligence operations.
A pair of bills aims to end the prohibition against cameras at the high court.
Mozilla wants the provision to remain out of any NSA reform deal.