Few have changed their online behavior in the post-Snowden era.
British officials oversaw the destruction of The Guardian's Snowden docs.
“We cannot sit back and we cannot let snipe hunting drive this debate," Gen. Keith Alexander said.
Beijing is hitting back after the DOJ brought charges against Chinese military hackers.
Officials at the NSA can reportedly store the call records for up to a month.
Critics say Snowden was likely prompted to pose a question to Putin.
The Washington Post and The Guardian shared the public service award.
The NSA knew Australian spies were watching a U.S. law firm.
The five board members said their proposals would make spy agencies' jobs easier.
Lawmakers slammed Edward Snowden Thursday as a traitor and terrorist-aider, seizing on a classified...
The revelation comes from a German magazine that has published documents from Edward Snowden.
"Edward Snowden should not be in Russia," Ben Wizner said.
Privacy advocates are dusting off a months-old campaign to block cybersecurity legislation.
Civil rights groups immediately jumped on the new revelations.
Snowden is calling for Internet users and companies take up the reins on privacy issues.
The claim came after two other news outlets refused to identify the country.
Pulitzer winner Glenn Greenwald has a book coming out in May.
The Snowden links could make future acts of terrorism easier, Liam Fox said.
The director of national intelligence called Snowden's leaks "gut wrenching."
The Office of the Director of National Intelligence is unable to account for “core” intelligence...
The president faces pressure from a variety of foreign and domestic groups.
She said damage from Snowden’s actions will be seen for years to come.
Programs are akin to a "bulk warrant" that violates Constitution, Ben Wizner said.
"There are things that must not be done and that are not acceptable to us," Israel's leader said.