Alleged Bay Area Chinese Spy Denied BailA federal judge denied bail and the services of a public defender Wednesday to a Bay Area tour operator charged with carrying national security documents to officials in China.
FBI Arrests Hayward Man Accused Of Spying For Chinese Intelligence AgencyFederal authorities have arrested and charged a Hayward man for allegedly acting as an illegal foreign agent who delivered classified information to a Chinese intelligence agency.
New York Times: China, Russia Listening To Trump's Cellphone Calls President Donald Trump continues to make calls via cell phone despite intelligence that China and Russia listen in, The New York Times reported Wednesday.
House OKs FISA Spy Program After Trump Tweets Spark ConfusionPresident Donald Trump's puzzling tweets about a key U.S. spying law threw the House into temporary disarray Thursday, but lawmakers ended up renewing the law.
Report: San Francisco Consulate Key To Russian U.S. EspionageThe now shuttered Russian consulate perched atop San Francisco's Pacific Heights neighborhood was a hotbed for espionage and spying, according to a published report.
French Election Front-Runner Macron Targeted By Same Cyberespionage As DNCThe campaign of French presidential front-runner Emmanuel Macron says it has fought off a series of cyberespionage attempts dating back to December.
Uber Accused Of Spying On Beyoncé And Other CelebritiesThe company's former forensic investigator claims politicians, celebrities and exes were all targeted.
Software Secretly Sends Text Data From Some U.S. Smartphones To ChinaIt’s not a feature they’re advertising: tens of thousands of cheap smartphones are reportedly sending all user text messages to China every three days.
Civil Liberties Groups Concerned Muslims, Minorities Will Be Spied On Under Trump PresidencyCivil liberty groups in San Francisco are expressing concern increased surveillance on local minority groups could take place under a Trump presidency.
Surveillance Power From Patriot Act Lapses With No Deal In Senate
Senate Creating Secret Encyclopedia Of US Spy ProgramsTrying to get a handle on hundreds of sensitive, closely held surveillance programs, a Senate committee is compiling a secret encyclopedia of American intelligence collection. Senator Dianne Feinstein initiated the effort in 2013.