It's the "first public court challenge" to the NSA's Internet surveillance.
ObamaCare, EPA regulations and potentially gay marriage face court challenges.
Wyden: "Stop recklessly pushing for new ways to vacuum up Americans’ private information."
A subsidiary of London-based Vodafone facilitates most of the program.
In 2009, executives raised doubts, prompting an internal consideration of the program's merits.
A case over the agency’s most controversial program heads to the D.C. Circuit.
The senator wants a vote on his USA Freedom Act when lawmakers return.
Companies are moving to block even police with a warrant from accessing people's data.
For civil libertarians, it's the best hope for reining in the NSA this year.
Relations between the United States and Germany sank to new depths on Wednesday.
Glenn Greenwald and others say Edward Snowden is not alone.
But intelligence officials denied conducting "backdoor searches" of communications.
The Senate Democrat is pushing a bill to ban guaranteed government access to electronic devices.
The programs are very similar to controversial ones in the U.S.
Germany and Brazil pushed for the measure, which the U.S. did not support.
Without water, the NSA's giant Utah data center could not operate.
The bill could require companies to turn over source code and proprietary data to the German...
“We do not want privacy information," said Adm. Rogers about a cyber threat bill.
The leaker was honored for his “courage and skill" in exposing the NSA's operations.
The U.S. program can “automatically fire back" against cyber threats, the NSA leaker said.
She says mass surveillance has become a "dangerous habit rather than an exceptional measure."
The Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act would encourage companies to share info about threats.
Nearly nine out of 10 people are “incidental” targets.
Sen. Al Franken said the information disclosed still leaves Americans "in the dark."