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Declassified: From Snowden to WikiLeaks to Crypto AG, these are the biggest leaks of the past decade and what we’ve learned from them
Global corruption, torture, mass surveillance programs, and political drama are just some of the secrets exposed in leaks over the past ten years.
Glenn Greenwald, the journalist who broke the Snowden story, charged with cybercrimes in Brazil for publishing texts that embarrassed officials
Greenwald has been at the heart of a debate over press freedoms in Brazil under the increasingly authoritarian government of Jair Bolsonaro.
The government alleged that Snowden violated contracts by publishing classified materials without pre-clearance.
Edward Snowden says big tech firms like Amazon, Google and Facebook have business models that are tantamount to ‘abuse’
The American whistleblower was speaking at the Web Summit tech conference in Lisbon, Portugal on Monday.
Edward Snowden said he couldn’t find any evidence that the government was hiding aliens when he searched through CIA databases
"If it's hidden, and it could be hidden, it's hidden really damn well, even from people who are on the inside," he said of US agencies hiding aliens.
A top GOP senator won’t vote for Trump attorney general nominee William Barr over concerns he’ll condone spying on US citizens
"I'm a no," Paul said on Monday. "[Barr has] been the chief advocate for warrantless surveillance of US citizens."
Edward Snowden has joined human rights groups in calling for Sundar Pichai to kill Google’s plans in China
The open letter was published the evening before Google CEO Sundar Pichai was due to testify in front of Congress.
Saudi critic Omar Abdulaziz — a close associate of Jamal Khashoggi — reportedly had his smartphone targeted by Israeli spyware this year.
Edward Snowden, the former National Security Agency contractor and notorious whistleblower, just launched a new app, Haven.
Congress has just days to extend, reform, or repeal the controversial law that lets the US government track calls and emails
FISA Section 702, which allows the US government to collect communications without a warrant, is set to expire on December 31. Congress has to act on it soon.