The UK considers tougher prison sentences for whistleblowers
Instead of a two-year sentence, guilty individuals could face up to 14 years in prison.
Watch Twitter's CEO interview Edward Snowden at 12PM ET
The Q&A session will be streamed live via Pardon Snowden's Twitter account.
House committee: Snowden is a 'serial exaggerator and fabricator'
A report condemning the leaker is coincidentally released the day his biopic hits theaters.
Edward Snowden explains why Obama should pardon him
'These were necessary things, these were vital things,' Snowden tells the Guardian.
Terror returns in 'Outlast 2,' confirmed for fall 2016
Stock up on batteries now.
Twitter noob Snowden gets hammered with 47GB of notification emails
47GB of whoops.
WikiLeaks opens its doors to whistleblowers (again)
After almost five years of internal turmoil and allegations, WikiLeaks is back in secret-sharing b...
Most of the government's anonymous tiplines aren't secure
When it comes to whistleblowing, privacy is paramount -- just ask Edward Snowden. It's also why ne...
Cops gave a malware-laden drive to a lawyer for whistleblowers
Arkansas' Fort Smith Police Department may be responsible for some particularly sinister digital t...