Latest Edward Snowden revelation shows that Google’s cookies are used to determine if target’s worthiness for future surveillance.
The NSA contacted Linus Torvalds, the father of Linux/GNU, to ask about injecting surreptitious backdoors into the popular open-source operating system, his father has disclosed to the European Parliament.
Top-secret documents disclosed to The Guardian, have revealed that both American and British intelligence agencies have been desperately trying to crack the online anonymity network, Tor.
Facebook releases first ‘Global Government Requests Report’, summarizing user data requests from governments
In a blog post on Tuesday, Facebook released its first “Global Government Requests Report”, summarizing the percentage of information requests received by Facebook from various governments around the world in the first six months of 2013.
Speaking to Russia Today, Snowden’s lawyer says that the NSA whistleblower plans to live and work in Russia and is ready to file an appeal should courts deny his asylum application.
By cozying next to the world’s petty thugs and dictators when requesting asylum, Edward Snowden has lost the moral high ground he once had.
NSA whistleblower’s request for asylum has been received by authorities, but he could be in for a three month wait.
Edward Snowden has emerged from hiding in Moscow’s airport to make his case for temporary asylum in Russia until he can secure safe passage to a host country in Latin America. What will happen to him when he’s granted asylum?
Edward Snowden is looking for political asylum from whichever government is willing to house him, but so far only a few have signaled their approval of the fleeing American. Some South American nations, however, seem to think rather favorably of Snowden, and Venezuela may be the first to accept his entry.
According to reports, contractor-on-the-run Edward Snowden is still in Moscow’s airport. Here’s where he has requested asylum.
Edward Snowden is facing increasing pressure to find a temporary haven from U.S. authorities since his arrival in Moscow, Russia nearly a week ago. With Ecuador’s asylum acceptance still unanswered, Snowden and his legal advisors are now looking to the Russian government for help.
Edward Snowden’s safe passage to Ecuador is anything quick, as the NSA whistle blower is purportedly still hiding away in Moscow’s airport awaiting confirmation of his asylum acceptance from Ecuador.
The United States wants Edward Snowden back, and if Hong Kong authorities don’t comply it’ll risk “complicating bilateral relations” between itself and the US.
Edward Snowden is the former NSA employee who blew the whistle on the widespread PRISM spy program that his agency had been running. Now he’s facing espionage charges, and a petition asking for his pardoning has reached enough signatures that the White House must respond to it.
When asked if email encryption could defeat NSA surveillance, NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden responded that it could; but not all encryption is created equal.
Newly released NSA documents reveal that a mere hours after President Barack Obama met with Russian President Dmitry Medvedev in 2009, U.S. spies intercepted his communication between him and his delegation.