The U.S. government needs only three degrees of separation to look at Kevin Bacon's phone records.
Life magazine's cover story from 1966 gives us a glimpse of what privacy invasion used to mean.
Vulnerability could allow for homegrown NSA-like spies.
Fact-checking Edward Snowden's anti-spy technique
Forget PRISM, this is real super-villain stuff.
Does PRISM solve the wrong problem?
Why let the NSA have all the fun?
Our government wins in espionage, but not in PowerPoint. Luckily for the NSA, there's the Internet.
Next time, members of Congress should make sure to ask for a briefing about a program they have no reason...
Crucial to the program? Online tech companies.
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