A 'telecom company' and an 'internet company' filed suit against the US government, but are legally barred from disclosing who they are.
In order to explore issues surrounding surveillance, artist David Spriggs has individually-painted and layered film strips to create the thermal image of a man riding on horseback.
Noisey Canada is giving you some say in the matter of who made the best Canadian music video of the year.
The UK's most secretive court upheld a complaint against eavesdropping agency GCHQ for the first time in history, regarding British surveillance "arrangements" with the US.
A newly declassified report suggests that the FBI may have done little more than rubber stamp the NSA’s target nominations.
PRISM DESIGN and Office339 collaborated to create "Artificial Nature," a beacon of string and color at the Shanghai World Financial Center.
We've heard a lot about NSA spying thanks to Edward Snowden, but the Federal Bureau of Investigation is no stranger to unaccountable snooping.
In court documents, the agency says an exhaustive search revealed no evidence to support the whistleblower's claim that he attempted to go through proper channels.
New initiatives launch to protect privacy, but Snowden's whistle-blowing is the most radical response to the surveillance state to date.
The government used a 'loophole' in the law to specifically target Americans.