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Edward Snowden joins Twitter, follows NSAEdward Snowden joins Twitter, follows NSAEdward Snowden has just found a new megaphone in Twitter.
Snowden abre cuenta en Twitter; sigue a la NSASnowden abre cuenta en Twitter; sigue a la NSAEl exempleado de la NSA que dio a conocer documentos secretos sobre espionaje, comenzó a tuitear este martes.
Appeals court reverses ruling that found NSA program illegalAppeals court reverses ruling that found NSA program illegal A federal appeals court has ruled in favor of the Obama administration in a dispute over the bulk collection of phone data on millions of Americans.
NSA collection of phone data a blow to freedom? #tellusatodayNSA collection of phone data a blow to freedom? #tellusatodayCourt ruled Thursday that NSA program to collect data on Americans' phone calls is illegal.
McConnell's Snowden amnesia bill extends NSA snooping: ColumnMcConnell's Snowden amnesia bill extends NSA snooping: ColumnProposal for 5 more years of spying out of touch with Americans and even Congress.
Secret surveillance keeps America safe: #tellusatodaySecret surveillance keeps America safe: #tellusatodayWe asked our followers what they thought about the government secretly tracking Americans' calls.
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Outrageous! Netanyahu's been spying on us!Outrageous! Netanyahu's been spying on us!The Obama White House is steamed that Netanyahu's been spying on us.
Snowden wants to face U.S. trial - but he has conditionsSnowden wants to face U.S. trial - but he has conditionsThe NSA whistleblower's lawyer says his client is ready to return to the U.S., but only if he can get what he considers a fair trial. Video provided by Newsy
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Senate blocks NSA phone records measureSenate blocks NSA phone records measureThe Senate on Tuesday blocked a bill to end bulk collection of American phone records by the National Security Agency, dealing a blow to President Barack Obama's primary proposal to rein in domestic surveillance.
Does privacy still exist today? Ask USA TODAYDoes privacy still exist today? Ask USA TODAYInvestigative reporter Brad Heath answers a reader question about privacy.
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Obama and uninvited guestsObama and uninvited guestsPresident Barack Obama's Secret Service problem.
Embracing flag, Snowden says he hopes to return to U.S.Embracing flag, Snowden says he hopes to return to U.S.Edward Snowden says he would serve time in U.S. prison 'for the right purpose.'
Snowden gets 3-year residency permit in RussiaSnowden gets 3-year residency permit in RussiaNSA whistle-blower, who can now travel abroad, did not seek nor receive political asylum.
NSA, DOJ deny U.S. activists are targeted without causeNSA, DOJ deny U.S. activists are targeted without causeNational Security Agency and Justice officials said U.S. activists are not targeted for criticizing the government.
Edward Snowden seeks to extend stay in RussiaEdward Snowden seeks to extend stay in RussiaThe NSA whistle-blower's asylum expires July 31.
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Obama unveils plan to change NSA data collectionObama unveils plan to change NSA data collectionObama administration laid out new set of surveillance rules Thursday.
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Obama to propose ending NSA's phone call sweepObama to propose ending NSA's phone call sweepWhite House wants NSA to get out of the business of sweeping up & storing vast amounts of data on Americans' phone calls
Snowden elected leader of students at U.K. schoolSnowden elected leader of students at U.K. schoolSnowden elected as the official representative of the student body at the Univ. of Glasgow.
Report: Document shows surveillance of law firmReport: Document shows surveillance of law firmThe New York Times story about the incident is based on a top-secret document from Edward Snowden.
NSA: Co-worker provided digital key to SnowdenNSA: Co-worker provided digital key to SnowdenUnnamed civilian employee who worked with Snowden resigned last month.
NSA leaker Edward Snowden nominated for Nobel Peace PrizeNSA leaker Edward Snowden nominated for Nobel Peace PrizeThe winner will be announced in October.
Internet firms can disclose more on data ordersInternet firms can disclose more on data ordersCompanies had been prohibited from disclosing several surveillance data requests.
Company that vetted Snowden accused of faulty reviewsCompany that vetted Snowden accused of faulty reviewsFeds accuse company that performed background check of conducting improper reviews.
Snowden calls for global limits on spyingSnowden calls for global limits on spyingEx-NSA contractor in Russia holds first online chat since surveillance story broke in June.
Snowden denies he got help swiping secret documentsSnowden denies he got help swiping secret documentsGOP lawmaker is looking into whether Russia helped the ex-NSA contractor.
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Obama to end NSA holding of metadataObama to end NSA holding of metadataPresident Obama will call Friday for ending the National Security Agency's ability to store phone data from millions of Americans.