Devin Nunes Now Admits He Doesn't Know Whether Trump Team Was Actually Surveilled
**UPDATE BELOW: Nunes cancels public hearing** Hours after House Intelligence Committee chairman Devin Nunes held two press conferences to say he had seen information confirming that Donald Trump and/or his associates were incidentally surveilled between November and January, I ...read more
Worried About Government Spying? Try the 'Justice Cap.' (Not Made of Tinfoil, but Close.)
Over the Summer we reported on a new product that was essentially a tinfoil hat for your smartphone, released at the height of the Edward Snowden revelations hyped by Glenn Greenwald on The Guardian and elsewhere. Known as the OFF Phone, it wasn't the first product to be ...read more
Google, Ford, Capital One and More Outrage-free, Underreported Examples of Corporate Spying
Since June, when the first leaks from Edward Snowden went public and a debate about the National Security Agency's activities resumed, there's been very little if any discussion about the unchecked, unaccountable use of corporate surveillance against consumers and citizens in ...read more
The CIA is Paying Millions for AT&T's Phone Records, But Does That Make it Any Better?
Edward Snowden's infamous leak of NSA surveillance programs is still regarded as one of the biggest government scandals in recent memory, and has further exacerbated the already stressed levels of trust the American people have with their government. In the wake of this ...read more