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What Glenn Greenwald Got Wrong
Tech types are outraged by the media's misinterpretation of some of the aspects of the (very technical) PRISM story--but the mistakes, if they are even mistakes, don't detract from the seriousness of the scandal.
What Can We Learn From Spying On Our Own Metadata?
Why let the NSA have all the fun?
Designers Spruce Up The Government’s Crappy PowerPoint
Our government wins in espionage, but not in PowerPoint. Luckily for the NSA, there's the Internet.
Congress Was Not Really Briefed On PRISM
Next time, members of Congress should make sure to ask for a briefing about a program they have no reason to believe even exists.
Why The U.S. Won’t Dare Kill Edward Snowden With A Drone Strike
There are about 1,100 compelling reasons why the NSA leaker shouldn't fear death from above.
A Concise History Of The NSA’s Online Spying Program PRISM
Crucial to the program? Online tech companies.
Let’s All Just Believe What This Shifty CIA-Funded Data-Collecting Company Says
Really: Why would they bother telling us the truth?
Is This Mysterious Silicon Valley Company Helping The NSA Spy On Americans?
Hey Palantir Technologies: Are you reading this right now?
Why Government Phone Spying Is Really About Big Data
Verizon has given the U.S. National Security Agency information on all its telephone calls for months. But it's not the calls' content the government is looking at—it's their context.
Can You Crack The NSA’s Top-Secret Crossword Puzzles?
The National Security Agency just released archive editions of its in-house magazine, Cryptolog. Check out the crosswords.