By VICE News
To find out the US government's real surveillance capabilities, and whether any of us can truly protect our sensitive information, VICE went to Moscow to meet the man who started the conversation, Edward Snowden.
When he was attorney general, Holder wasn't a fan of the NSA leaker. Now that he's out of government, he's saying something he could never have said back then.
By Tess Owen
The whistleblower who revealed the extent of the NSA's mass surveillance program joined the debate over the San Bernardino shooter's iPhone — and (surprise, surprise) he's not buying the FBI's line.
By Miriam Wells
A court ruled that the detention of journalist Glenn Greenwald's partner, who was carrying Snowden files, breached his right to freedom of expression, and that the UK definition of terror was too broad.
Proposed new legislation will allow UK law enforcement agencies to see every website someone has visited over the course of a year, without a warrant, in what appears to be a world first.
NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, journalist Glenn Greenwald, and activist David Miranda previewed the treaty at a New York event, which they hope might prevent the type of mass spying they exposed.
Colombia has spent millions of dollars to procure high-end surveillance technology that can intercept cellphone calls, capture text messages, and sort through personal information to create profiles of citizens.
The former attorney general admitted that the NSA leaks "spurred a necessary debate," and suggested a deal could be struck between the whistleblower and the DOJ.
Indignant French officials demanded answers from their American counterparts on Wednesday after learning that the NSA eavesdropped on the last three French presidents.
By Ryan Faith
In the fourth and final part of their interview, Shane Smith and Secretary of Defense Ash Carter discuss government secrecy and surveillance.
By VICE News
Jason Leopold joined On The Line to answer your questions about his investigative reporting, and how he leverages the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) to reveal government secrets.
This news certainly can’t make anything better.
Snowden asks Putin about spy program, journalists face charges in Thailand, Peruvian police remove squatters, FBI releases anti-spy video.
The new legislation allows the Mexican govt. to block cell phone signals during protests, censor websites and keep cell phone records.