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NSA warrantless surveillance controversy

Snowden’s Proof Regarding FISA Court’s NSA Authorization to Spy on 4 Countries

Snowden’s Proof Regarding FISA Court’s NSA Authorization to Spy on 4 Countries Edward Snowden has given recent proof regarding the FISA court’s authorization given to the NSA to spy untrammeled on all the nations except for a handful.

Jul 1 2014, 11:43am CDT

NSA collects all phone calls in a foreign country WASHINGTON (AP) — The National Security Agency has been recording all of a foreign country's phone calls, then listening to the conversations up to a month later, The Washington Post reported Tuesday. At the request of...

Mar 18 2014, 3:16pm CDT

The Commerce Department To The Rescue On Surveillance Reform?

The Commerce Department To The Rescue On Surveillance Reform? Despite the hype surrounding the President’s January speech on NSA surveillance reform, his much-anticipated remarks placated few of his domestic and overseas critics. More importantly, the President failed to heed the...

Jan 31 2014, 3:32am CST

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US looks at ways to prevent spying on its spying AP Exclusive: US considers how to prevent spying on its searches of Americans' phone records WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. government is looking at ways to prevent anyone from spying on its own surveillance of Americans'...

Jan 28 2014, 3:45am CST

Gov't, Internet companies Agree at last on disclosure

Gov't, Internet companies Agree at last on disclosure US reaches deal with Internet companies on requests to reveal demands for customer information WASHINGTON (AP) — Technology companies and privacy advocates are praising a new government compromise that will allow the...

Jan 28 2014, 2:40am CST

Government Panel urges To End Phone Data Spying

Government Panel urges To End Phone Data Spying Government oversight panel urges end to phone data spying, records purge WASHINGTON (AP) — A sharply divided government task force that reviewed the National Security Agency's surveillance program for four months has...

Jan 23 2014, 2:01am CST

President Obama announces significant changes to NSA program

President Obama announces significant changes to NSA program President Obama: The reforms I'm proposing today should give the American people greater confidence that their rights are being protected.

Jan 17 2014, 8:31pm CST

NSA Reforms: A Step In The Right Direction Or PR Stunt?

NSA Reforms: A Step In The Right Direction Or PR Stunt? The complexity of privacy discussions in a hyper-connected world of free services was made clear this morning. In a speech that was high on rhetoric but short on details (which will be made clear in sixty days),...

Jan 17 2014, 3:11pm CST

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Obama Calls For 'New Approach' On NSA Surveillance--Not 'New' Enough For Critics

Obama Calls For 'New Approach' On NSA Surveillance--Not 'New' Enough For Critics Six months after Edward Snowden began leaking the NSA’s secrets, President Obama has agreed that the way America spies needs to change. But when it comes to the degree of that change, the White House has a long way to...

Jan 17 2014, 1:11pm CST

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Questions and answers about Obama's new NSA rules Questions and answers about Obama's plan to rein in NSA snooping on phone records and emails WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama is ordering changes to spy programs that sweep up Americans' phone...

Jan 17 2014, 12:21pm CST

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AP Source: NSA phone data control may come to end AP Source: President Barack Obama to call for ending NSA's control of Americans' phone data WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama on Friday will call for ending the government's control of phone data...

Jan 17 2014, 6:21am CST

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For Obama, NSA review a quest for public trust For Obama, NSA review a quest to regain public trust in surveillance operations WASHINGTON (AP) — Faced with Edward Snowden's first leaks about the government's sweeping surveillance apparatus, President...

Jan 16 2014, 3:46pm CST

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Report: NSA maps pathway into computers Report: NSA maps pathway into foreign computers using radio waves and covert chips WASHINGTON (AP) — The National Security Agency has implanted software in nearly 100,000 computers around the world — but...

Jan 15 2014, 5:21am CST

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Officials: Obama likely to OK phone record changes AP sources: Obama expected to back changes to NSA surveillance with Congress handling details WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama is expected to endorse changes to the way the government collects...

Jan 15 2014, 2:41am CST

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Report: NSA maps pathway into computers Report: NSA maps pathway into foreign computers using radio waves and covert chips WASHINGTON (AP) — The National Security Agency has implanted software in nearly 100,000 computers around the world — but...

Jan 14 2014, 10:26pm CST

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Government moves to appeal surveillance ruling Government lawyers appeal ruling that threatens NSA phone surveillance program WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration moved Friday to ask the secretive U.S. spy court to allow the National Security...

Jan 3 2014, 2:56pm CST

NSA Used 1976 Robbery Case to Justify Spying

NSA Used 1976 Robbery Case to Justify Spying NSA has used the 1976 Baltimore robbery case to justify today's global government surveillance. Do this small-time 1976 robbery case really provide legal base for NSA spying?

Dec 18 2013, 7:27am CST

Judge rules NSA phone spying program 'unconstitutional'

Judge rules NSA phone spying program 'unconstitutional' A federal judge says that the National Security Agency's phone surveillance program is "almost Orwellian."

Dec 16 2013, 8:30pm CST