Intelligence agencies are secretly infiltrating online games like World of Warcraft and Second Life
Though not inside the US
The high court rejected a privacy group petition for a review of the programs
New revelations have surfaced that the intelligence agency is secretly collecting bulk records of Americans’ money transfers
Reconciling the measures could prove difficult if not impossible
From online drug bazaars to virtual currency tax shelters, the growing anonymous web has many corners of Washington concerned
Shot down report that spy agency has access to company data centers
The National Intelligence Director James Clapper defended surveillance on Tuesday by saying that while America may spy on its allies, they do it to us too — because it’s necessary, the Associated Press reports.
“That’s a hardy perennial,” Clapper told a House intelligence committee hearing.
Committee Chairman Mike Rogers asked …
Michael Hayden’s off-the-record phone interviews on train live-tweeted by snooping passenger
There are many bills moving to constrain the NSA’s domestic datamining and surveillance programs, but the senior Senator from California is in control
Relations with Europe, Brazil are tense and unlikely to ease soon
Two months ago, the President embraced limited reforms to domestic spying. So far, he’s produced limited results
Whether or not the in-house overseer would be furloughed in a shutdown is not yet known