The former secretary of state attacked the NSA whistleblower without bothering to get her facts straight.
History may smile on these guardians of the public trust, but during their lifetimes they remain outcasts.
Under Obama, whistleblowers face a total of 751 months behind bars — compared to 24 months for all other whistleblowers combined since the American Revolution.
Join us for a reception with Ronald Goldfarb, celebrating the release of his new book on “Privacy, Secrecy, and Security in the Information Age.”
Congress is still dragging its feet on fixes more than a year after Edward Snowden’s alarming revelations first came to light.
Join IPS for a conversation with James Bamford about the Edward Snowden revelations and what they mean for the country.
Spying on protesters is the worst violation of our freedom.
From Edward Snowden to the Taliban-go-Miami Beach.
Which is more useless? Missile defense or total surveillance?
The former East Germany’s Stasi used similar justifications as the U.S. for total surveillance.
Foreigners and non-white Americans have been under surveillance for decades.
Corporate execs at firms like Booz Allen have a vested self-interest in pumping up demand for their snooping services.
The cell phone has become the instrument of choice for tracking your every move.
Giving up nuclear weapons paved the way for Libya’s access to new technology, including surveillance programs.
The secretive national security world that Dana Priest and William Arkin catalogue in the Washington Post can’t help but invoke Stalin.