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US politicians should check their history before going after whistleblowers for daring to challenge the excesses of state power.
How Washington’s and Beijing’s visions for the future may turn into a nightmare.
There is a revolution afoot—one that is being carried out by the government against the fundamental law of the land.
For proof that the current surveillance programs are ripe for abuse, Americans need only look at what preceded them.
Marcia Coyle’s damning study of the Roberts Court’s conservative agenda.
Amid the outrage over the NSA's spying program, the jailing of journalist Barrett Brown points to a deeper and very troubling problem.
What is the NSA doing with your metadata?
Just as the Assange saga consumes too much of Alex Gibney’s film, so today’s Snowden obsession deflects attention away from our sprawling surveillance state.
Public knowledge and legal opinion have yet to catch up to the massive state spying enabled by new technologies.
The five uncontrollable urges of a secrecy-surveillance world.