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Yahoo doesn't deny it scanned users' emails
A company statement says the story is "misleading," but not inaccurate, while the New York Times gets more details.
Leaked NSA newsletters offer a glimpse of daily life
The Intercept releases a batch of 166 newsletters from the National Security Agency's archive.
U.S. still uses technology to spy on allies
Despite promising to curtail the practice, the U.S. continues to eavesdrop.
The Patriot Act's new name
Who will keep the data now that the government cannot? Look to your telephone companies.
Is the NSA monitoring foreign hard drives?
Security experts say the scope of the hack suggests a state actor.
China and the U.S.: Who's spying on whom?
The New York Times' David Sanger on what government spies look for in 2014.
Why Google isn't really 'free'
A peek at Frontline's documentary on the NSA, secrecy and private companies.
A canary in the coal mine... and in your Mac
Firms can use a loophole to let their customers know what the NSA hasn't asked.
Reports: NSA spied on China telecom giant Huawei
Documents stolen by Edward Snowden reveal the NSA spied on Huawei
A letter to the President warns of history repeating itself
Members of the Church Committee sent President Obama a letter addressing recent NSA surveillance