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The whistle-blower will join via videoconference to discuss NSA spying and technology.
NSA employee said he allowed Edward Snowden to use his digital key to access classified materials, according to agency
Countries like US, UK that pride themselves on media freedoms tumble in annual World Press Freedom Index
Analysis: U.S. knows about citizens’ phone calls and emails and spies on allied foreign governments and companies
We must not let the NSA’s snooping define a new era in which privacy is a relic
With NSA overreach, nobody is safe from confirmation bias
Move comes after a relaxing of rules banning a company revealing when the government wants data on user accounts
Vice Adm. Mike Rogers has been tapped to replace outgoing Army Gen. Keith Alexander
Former NSA contractor named for ‘contributing to a more stable and peaceful world order’
Commentary: Snowden leaks exposed the need for national discussion on privacy, but it isn't happening
NSA reportedly analyzes metadata to create webs of information about social contacts
Reports say US will spend more than $52 billion on the nation's 16 spy agencies for 2013 fiscal year
Brennan Center report says US government collects vast amounts of data for no perceptible reason
Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., said that the Crimea region of Ukraine might already be lost to Russian control