National Security Agency
An intraparty battle on Capitol Hill and among White House hopefuls is brewing.
An effort to restrain government surveillance is encountering resistance in Congress.
The bill would reauthorize portions of the law set to expire.
The House "may" act this month to renew expiring portions of the law.
Rand Paul said he would end the data collection on Day One in the Oval Office.
Mozilla wants the provision to remain out of any NSA reform deal.
“I’ve always been nervous about the attacks on the NSA," Bush said.
A "clean" reauthorization of parts of the Patriot Act couldn't pass, Rep. Schiff predicted.
The new statement makes clear that the pressure is on Congress.
The Surveillance State Repeal Act would overhaul spying laws like no other NSA reform effort.
People around the world want major digital barriers to protect their data, according to a new poll.
A new poll finds only a tiny slice of the public are taking steps to shield themselves.
Senate GOP leaders raised the prospect of renewing the Patriot Act without changes.
The agency is using a blue anthropomorphized recycling bin to get kids to recycle.
Virtually every corner of the industry is pushing for the end of some spying programs.
New focus from activists could lead to a heated debate in coming weeks.
Advocates fear NSA debate will make cybersecurity work tougher.
New details indicate the incident was a tragic mistake, not a threat to national security.
Reports said two men dressed as women tried to enter the headquarters.
Wyden and others believe a reauthorization of the Patriot Act provides an opportunity.
Google, Apple and Facebook are joining forces with the ACLU.
The foundation behind Wikipedia has sued the NSA over its collection of Internet data.
Paul has infruriated some NSA critics by refusing to compromise on the issue.
A pair of House Democrats is cheering on the new court battle.