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.
Three Chinese citizens who worked for telecom titan Huawei, and a fourth who used to, have received letters informing them their permanent resident visas to Canada will be denied.
VICE News has learned that Canadian police could be jeopardizing public safety by using surveillance technology that can hack your cellphone.
The high court has approved a rule change that would let local judges issue search warrants for access to computers located in any jurisdiction in the US.
By Tess Owen
The soldier, who is currently serving a 35-year sentence for leaking classified information, obtained documents that show how the US is using profiling to prevent future leaks.
The controversial Strengthening Canadian Citizenship Act, imposed by the previous Conservative regime, allows the government to revoke the citizenship of dual nationals who have been convicted of offenses related to spying, treason or terrorism.
While US Attorney General, Eric Holder Used Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s Birth Name as His Official Email Address
In order to combat spam and avoid being inundated with correspondence from the public, Holder used the name Lew Alcindor for his Justice Department email address.
The internal newsletter of CSIS, Canada’s main spy agency, features everything from video games, to parking, to social media — and whether or not CSIS can spy on people world-wide.
The US and Britain secretly monitored secret sorties and communications by Israel's airforce while it was conducting operations in Gaza, according to documents attributed to Edward Snowden leaks.
By Justin Ling
Two new reports say Canada's spy agencies have been playing fast-and-loose with the metadata it collects from Canadians.
Shortly after the Edward Snowden leaks in 2013, the NSA asked all Americans for suggestions on how it could better protect civil liberties. The agency received 14 emails.
By VICE News
A federal judge could order the NSA to stop collecting phone records on Thursday, six weeks before the practice will be outlawed by legislation passed this summer.
Justin Trudeau sat down for a live town hall hosted by VICE in Toronto Monday evening.
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.
American law enforcement agencies are collecting phone information without warrants through use of the controversial StingRay devices that mimic cell phone towers.
A new report asserts that Pakistan's spy network has secretly expanded its surveillance capabilities beyond what is legally sanctioned, even seeking to intercept web traffic from undersea cables.
Since Sunday's leak, documents reveal that Mexico is by the far the Italian's company biggest client, paying $6.3 million for software that digital rights advocates say are illegal under Mexican law and could harm citizens' privacy.
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.
By Alex Chitty
Russia appears to be challenging NATO by unleashing spies and propaganda on at least one member country. Experts worry it's a prelude to the next Ukraine.
Indignant French officials demanded answers from their American counterparts on Wednesday after learning that the NSA eavesdropped on the last three French presidents.