Seven years after Snowden exposed the NSA’s mass surveillance, an appeals court has found the program “to be unlawful – and that the US intelligence leaders who publicly defended it were not telling the truth.”
Wikileaks has released documents that it claims offer details of how Moscow uses state surveillance to spy on Internet and cellphone users.
Edward Snowden, the fugitive NSA whistleblower whose 2013 flight from U.S. authorities to Russia sparked an airport manhunt and worldwide headlines, the future grew slightly murkier on Wednesday, as Russia extended his right to live in the country until 2020 — a time when he could theoretically apply for citizenship.
If Edward Snowden had pursued legal channels to make his point about privacy, his life may have been significantly different than it is now.
The House Intelligence Committee on Thursday sent a bipartisan letter to President Obama urging him not to pardon Edward Snowden.
In-house newsletters from the clandestine National Security Agency have been released by an online news site — part of the mountain of documents leaked by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden.