The US is suing Edward Snowden over his memoir
The government says he broke non-disclosure agreements with the CIA and NSA.
NSA contractor sentenced to nine years over theft of classified info
Harold Martin's trial ended without confirming a link to the 'Shadow Brokers.'
NSA improperly collected even more call records than we thought
Months after it admitted error and deleted 600 million records, the NSA violated federal laws once again.
Samsung's customizable refrigerator comes in nine colors and eight sizes
It’s the first in a line of personalized home appliances.
Ransomware attacks in US cities are using a stolen NSA tool
The consequences of NSA code leaks are hitting home.
Warrantless searches of Americans’ data spiked 28 percent in 2018
The number of foreign citizens targeted by the NSA also jumped.
FBI, DHS task forces to address election security are now permanent
FBI director Christopher Wray called attempts to impact US elections a '365-day a year' issue.
The NSA says it's time to drop its massive phone-surveillance program
Apparently its benefits don't outweigh its technical and legal burdens.
US could soon end mass phone surveillance program exposed by Snowden
The program used to collect billions of call logs per day for the NSA.