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.
The senator called it a "growing threat to Americans’ privacy and safety."
Rep. Garamendi says military and civilian reliance on GPS adds urgency for a backup system.
Other courts have disagreed with the interpretation of the law.
"These documents are not, in my view, protected by the First Amendment," she said.
The challenge alleges the FAA’s rules don’t go far enough to protect privacy.
The group has done the same after previous protests.
The proposed class action lawsuit was dimissed after years of legal wrangling.
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.
The laptop was destroyed under watch from British spy officials.
Shaking up the rules “could impair the success” of the current market, Amazon warned.
The 2016 hopeful said Apple does business in other countries with laws about gays, women.
The department wants to use a commercial service to help track down suspects.
The game requires players to dodge Internet service providers trying to slow down their speeds.
Larry Klayman is seeking to have Hillary Clinton's email server "taken into court custody."
The company began listing 1,000 homes in Cuba on Thursday.
Four young men have pleaded guilty to stealing secret information about video games.