Where does it stop?
Articles tagged "surveillance"
It may not come as a great surprise, but it is a big deal.
Data is the currency of surveillance, and it's not just the NSA and GCHQ looking to cash in.
The ongoing inability of outside observers to challenge the NSA remains appalling.
If constant surveillance is the new technological reality, then government officials should live it, too.
Efforts to listen in on Warsaw Pact communications lasted throughout the Cold War.
The Independent reports that GCHQ may hold a secret listening post near the Reichstag.
That's just bad PR.
Another week, another slew of embarrassing revelations.
It started with a stepladder, measuring tape, and some glue.
As far as espionage goes, you only get in trouble if someone can prove it.
There's nothing creepier to the surveillance apparatus than The Person Impervious to Face Recognizing Cameras.
A two-year ban stays in place, even though no one is allowed to know why it exists.
It's like the Truman Show, but sketchier.
YACHT's Claire Evans explains what a protest song can do in 2013—from fundraising to igniting a crowd at last weekend's 'Stop Watching Us' rally.
Congress's growing distaste with the NSA is beginning to produce action.
Mozilla's Lightbeam gives you a peek into mysterious under-workings of the web economy.
Snowden called out Congress for telling Americans and the international community that this data mining isn't surveillance
CryptoSeal killed its VPN service faster than you can say "chilling effects"
CISPA re-animators Senators Diane Feinstein and Saxby Chambliss want to give NSA more access to data.
The NSA listened in on France's phone calls and hacked into the Mexican government's email.
This will give President Obama a chance to reshape the controversy-ridden agency.