Let it be known, in case there was any doubt: They have everything.
Any shred of a notion that we have some degree of privacy in our phone communications, emails, social networks, instant-messaging accounts or even our address books is gone.
Washington likes to talk bipartisanship.
During the government shutdown, elected officials from both parties clogged the airwaves with rhetoric about crossing over, finding common cause with political foes and ending the standoff.
More people than ever are participating in journalism. In a new paper we’re releasing today, we profile some of these journalists and highlight the emerging consensus around a new vision for press freedom, one that protects all acts of journalism.
It’s been four months since Edward Snowden exposed the NSA’s spying regime. Since then, we’ve discovered that the agency tracks our phone calls, our emails, our browsing history and our contacts. It also tracks our contacts’ contacts … and their contacts.