Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act
The selections earned some early praise from privacy advocates.
The court is simply following what the USA Freedom Act says.
“I'm not willing to lay over and play dead on trade.” the Senate minority leader said.
The Surveillance State Repeal Act would overhaul spying laws like no other NSA reform effort.
Twitter wants to tell the public what kind of information it is being forced to hand over.
Nearly nine out of 10 people are “incidental” targets.
Sen. Al Franken said the information disclosed still leaves Americans "in the dark."
In a twist, House lawmakers are rallying around the USA Freedom Act.
The federal surveillance court received a brief refuting the NSA's phone records program.
Privacy oversight board prepares a report on the U.S. government's Web surveillance programs.
In his speech last month, Obama described the changes as a “transition period.”
The Obama administration will receive more recommendations on how to reform the government's...
The 129-page bill was “the most difficult undertaking” of Chelsea Manning's time in prison.
Lawmakers aren’t done reforming the nation's spying laws.
The judges were added to the secretive court overseeing the U.S.’s intelligence operations.
It's the "first public court challenge" to the NSA's Internet surveillance.
Ed Gillespie wants to change the secretive spy court that approves operations at the NSA.
But intelligence officials denied conducting "backdoor searches" of communications.
The panel will hold a hearing on legislation to reform surveillance operations on Thursday.
Leahy also announced that the Judiciary Committee would take up the Senate version of the NSA...
Comcast published its first transparency report Thursday, outlining the more than 24,000 federal,...
Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts has appointed two new judges to serve on the federal...
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A coalition of more than 70 advocacy groups, trade associations and tech companies wrote to...