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Pardons could help "establish, once and for all, that torture is illegal," the group said.
A case over the agency’s most controversial program heads to the D.C. Circuit.
New documents detail the key role the order plays in authorizing NSA’s operations.
Dozens of privacy and civil liberties advocacy groups want leaders of Congress to move on the...
A new report says government spying corrodes the way lawyers and the media work.
The NSA leaker says he's "never felt as connected" to America as he does now.
House Republicans say a crackdown on Internet ads is needed to stop sex slavery.
Dozens of privacy, technology and political organizations are calling on Congress to radically...
He used proxies to mask his location during a satellite interview at a Texas festival.
New guidance puts schools on notice that uneven punishment policies may spark intervention.
The ACLU alleges the NSA is using an executive order to justify grabbing of records.
A top housing regulator is facing a lawsuit over its refusal to allow cities to pursue a...
The groups want the court to allow "Innocence of Muslims" to return to YouTube.
Companies could be practicing a form of discrimination, the ACLU warned.
They want the Supreme Court to side with a man who posted violent rants on Facebook.
In an emergency, law enforcement could obtain tracking data to locate a person.
Groups are asking President Obama not to get new court approval.
Privacy advocates say the FTC's call for new legislation is only a first step.
Business and privacy advocates are pushing Obama to take a stand on email searches.
The NSA leaker cheered Obama's plan to end the bulk collection of phone records.
Amid multiple lawsuits, spy agency looks to preserve evidence of phone records.
A court said the government can continue to search laptops, cellphones and other devices.
The holiday video spoof features Santas spying on Americans.
Tech groups and privacy advocates are signing on to work with the Obama administration on privacy...