NSA spied on your email even after program was shut down
Not allowed to do it in the US? No bother, just take your collection tools overseas.
Judge rules against NSA's phone data collection, to limited effect
A judge has barred the NSA from collecting phone records for some people... right before the plan gets an overhaul.
NSA discloses most security flaws, but that's not the whole story
The NSA says it reveals 91 percent of the security exploits it finds, but it's not saying *when* they're made public.
US won't stop the NSA's mass phone spying before a ban kicks in
An appeals court won't overturn Congress' decision to let the NSA collect bulk phone data until that program winds down.
Judge dismisses Wikimedia case against NSA as 'hypothetical'
A judge says Wikimedia's case against the NSA is based on "suppositions and speculation."
Germany investigates claims of NSA-backed malware spying
Germany is looking into reports that the NSA-backed Regin malware snooped on its higher-ups.
Microsoft's Transparency Hub tracks surveillance requests
For the first time, Microsoft is showing content removal requests, too.
EU rules that US companies can't freely pull data out of Europe
Europe says no to the "Safe Harbor" agreement that Google, Facebook and others have relied upon for years.
NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden signs up for Twitter
Edward Snowden, who leaked details of the NSA's far-reaching surveillance, has joined Twitter.