Google’s executive chairman has called the alleged spy tracking of communication data by the National Security Agency “outrageous” and potentially illegal, according to a published report.
A majority of Americans believe the U.S. government is doing a poor job of protecting privacy rights, according to a new poll…
Federal officials on Tuesday released previously classified documents showing misuse of a domestic spying program in 2009.
Oracle CEO Larry Ellison said the National Security Agency’s surveillance program is “absolutely essential” in the war against terrorism.
President Obama is restructuring national intelligence policies including restrictions in spying on Americans, but some companies have taken matters into their own hands.
It’s something you probably do a dozen times a day — jump on your computer and enter a search into Google – but one Long Island couple did just that, and then heard a knock on the door from police, reports CBS New York.
Nineteen organizations ranging from a church to gun rights groups sued the National Security Agency in federal court in San Francisco Tuesday to challenge the mass collection of their telephone records.
A federal judge in San Francisco on Monday kept alive a five-year-old lawsuit in which several citizens claim the U.S. National Security Agency conducts unconstitutional “dragnet surveillance” of Americans’ communications.
Google petitioned the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court on Tuesday for permission to explain to the public exactly how often the company has been asked to provide users’ data for the purpose of national security.
Yahoo is the latest company to disclose how many requests for user data it has received from U.S. government agencies, putting the number between 12,000 and 13,000 in the six months that ended on May 31.