Government has requested more and more information on users’ communications from Google.
Lawmakers are targeting police with new and old legislation in wake of riots in Ferguson.
Companies are divided over whether a legislative fix to "big data" is needed.
Leahy is moving closer to deal on a measure to rein in government surveillance.
One spy agency is looking for a new chef who can fry, bake and keep a secret.
The Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act would encourage companies to share info about threats.
The NSA has refused to comply with their request, prompting the lawsuit.
Sen. Saxby Chambliss (R-Ga.) said the surveillance reform bill that passed the House last month...
Google is asking its users to “demand real surveillance reform” after last week’s House vote on a...
NBC found traces of an email Snowden sent a month before leaving the NSA.
The House is set to vote on a bill to curb NSA surveillance programs.
Advocates who have pushed for legislation to reform NSA are backing away from a House bill.
Lawmakers will turn their attention to preventing members of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (...
Government surveillance critic Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) is calling for sweeping reforms to...
Companies are becoming more optimistic that the Senate will take steps to rein in the agency.
To hear outgoing State Department energy envoy Carlos Pascual tell it, energy issues are becoming...
Relations between the United States and Germany sank to new depths on Wednesday.
The groups included the Electronic Frontier Foundation, Reddit and the Sunlight Foundation.
A flurry of activity after major hacks at major retailers has stalled in Congress.
The National Security Agency (NSA) sifts through online communications to find millions images for...
Snowden merely asked for clarifying information about a recent training course he had taken.
The name of the CIA's top spy in Afghanistan was revealed to the press this weekend.
The release of the memo could ease Senate confirmation of an Obama judicial nominee.
"We have consistently and candidly raised these concerns," said Jay Carney.