Google is taking a stand against FISA gag orders with a pretty simple but powerful appeal: free speech.
Facebook is reportedly talking with the DOJ and FBI in order to get permission to publish data requests associated with national security.
Google sent a letter to the U.S. Attorney General and FBI today asking for permission to include secret Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act orders in its transparency reports.
The director of national intelligence is not pleased that information about two U.S. surveillance efforts have leaked to the public. Though, many are concerned the programs collect information on U.S. citizens, Director Clapper says it's completely legal.
Ron Wyden outlined today a number of pivotal tech policy points that need to be discussed over the coming year, including privacy, net neutrality, and other data usage.
President Obama signed the extension of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act over the weekend, which will now expire in 2017.
The “warrantless wiretapping” law has new life, as the United States Senate extended the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, or FISA, today by a significant margin.
The law, originally passed in 2008 under the Bush administration, was renewed this morning when …
National Security Agency director General Keith Alexander promised a crowd of hackers Friday that the NSA does not keep a profile on every American. But one former employee is saying that’s not entirely an honest claim.
“His statement about not …