The NSA Discussed Spying on Nonmilitary Russian Targets in its Top Secret Newsletter
A newly released slide from Snowden Archives shows US spies conspiring to target "Russian civil targets" in 2005.
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The Republican Hypocrisy on Surveillance, Leaks and Snowden
Congressman Devin Nunes is apparently fine with revealing classified information as long as it helps Donald Trump.
Amnesty International Brings a Week of Art Activism to LA
Amongst the events, Art for Amnesty commissioned 12 murals campaigning against human rights violations.
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Cyberspace and Surveillance Get Visualized in a New Documentary
'Black Code' is the Post-Snowden film that tells human stories behind our changing world.
The USB Manicure Puts Data at Your Fingertips
Nail art gets a conceptual makeover with this DIY manicure from Nadja Buttendorf and Aram Bartholl.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt Explains Why He’s the Perfect Person to Play Snowden
The star opens up about 'Snowden,' patriotism, and his family's longstanding awareness that the government isn't always doing as it seems.
Edward Snowden's iPhone Hack Wants to Help You Hide Again: Last Week In Art
Also: Trump loves opera while opera hates Trump, and Russia is deciding whether to put actual pants on a statue of Michelangelo's 'David.'
NSA Document T-Shirts Let You Wear State Secrets on Your Sleeve
The Big Data Pawn Shop is an online superstore of kitschy knick knacks decorated with leaked NSA documents.
Surveillance Art Takes Action in a Post-Snowden World
Addie Wagenknecht is a tech artist and art hacker who wants you to change your online habits.
The Sound of Surveillance: How Jean-Michel Jarre Made Edward Snowden an Unlikely Techno Star
The story behind the NSA whistleblower's unlikely collaboration with an electronic music legend.
'Risk' Is a Weirdly Satisfying Look into the Life of Julian Assange
Laura Poitras's new documentary offers a thrilling and intimate look into the life of one of the most controversial journalists in the world.
The Panama Papers Leaker Says the Media, Politicians, and Lawyers Are All Corrupt
The "John Doe" compared himself to Edward Snowden and called out Wikileaks for ignoring his documents.