US intelligence wants to make a key foreign surveillance law permanent
Congress to vote on extending FISA Section 702
NSA will stop illegally collecting American emails
Domestic emails that discuss foreign targets will no longer be swept up en masse, The New York Times reports.
US surveillance court didn't reject a single spy order last year
The FBI and NSA still don't have any trouble getting permission to intercept calls and messages.
Lawsuit asks Justice Department to reveal decryption orders
The Electronic Frontier Foundation wants to know if tech companies have been ordered to unlock user data.
US fines over data requests would have destroyed Yahoo in a year
The US government's threat that it would fine Yahoo $250,000 per day back in 2008 was bad enough b...
Judges ruling on secret telecoms cases found to own Verizon stock
It looks as if the judges who operate the gateway between the NSA and the cable companies may not...
Verizon fought the NSA's metadata collection program but lost anyway
It looks like Verizon's concerns about government snooping go beyond publishing transparency reports...
Dropbox backs petitions to disclose exact national security request numbers
The call for greater US government transparency just got louder: Dropbox has filed a Foreign Intel...
LinkedIn petitions court to provide more details regarding government data requests
It's not just the heaviest of the internet heavyweights pushing for greater government transparenc...