A judge ruled that because Snowden breached his contract by not allowing the NSA and CIA to review Permanent Record prior to publication, the US government is entitled to the profits of the book.
Edward Snowden’s tell all novel has earned him a lawsuit but that suit may just thrust Permanent Record into the public conversation.
Yellow dots invisible to the naked eye led to the arrest of an NSA leaker.
Anonymous sources claim that Yahoo allowed the NSA and FBI to scan customer emails in real time.
The trailer for the new biopic on Edward Snowden reveals the NSA leak in tense, colourful detail.
Consoles can give terrorists a platform to communicate away from prying eyes and ears.
What do you do when you’re on the run from the most powerful nation on Earth? Snowden thought it best to get a Twitter account.
We may be missing alien communications because we are using the wrong technology to look for them.
Wikileaks has published documents that detail eavesdropping by the National Security Agency.
Gemalto posts results of initial investigation into allegations its encryption key database has been lost.
Smartcard manufacturer begins fight back against allegations its servers were hacked by spies.
Gemalto rocked by revelations that spy services had access to database of SIM card encryption keys.
AURORAGOLD is the NSA’s program for gathering exploits against the cellphone networks of the world.
WhatsApp makes one of the biggest moves in mobile messaging security in history all without anyone knowing.
Most importantly, it plugs a number of holes that make use of the POODLE exploit.
Whistleblower tells users to forego any service that is “hostile to privacy.”
Billions of scary NSA things, Diablo 3 patch goodness and GoPros for your hound.
If you are the NSA, you of course build your own Google-like search engine, called ICREACH