Sweden's NSA Spy Links “Deeply Troubling”

Hearings suggest NSA had plenty of helpers in Europe, but politicians were kept in the dark
David Landes
October 3, 2013

Latin America: Anti-US in Words, Not Deeds

Despite spying allegations, the United States is locked into partnership with its southern neighbors
Luisa Parraguez, Francisco Garcia Gonzalez, Joskua Tadeo
October 1, 2013

Russia Issues International Travel Advisory to Its Hackers

The US has online surveillance tools to catch hackers
Kevin Poulsen
September 10, 2013

UK’s Secret Mideast Internet Surveillance Base Revealed

Snowden denies releasing this document
Duncan Campbell , Oliver Wright, James Cusick, Kim Sengupta
September 2, 2013

Communities Should Continue to Benefit From Mobile Revolution

Human rights emerges as a corporate concern
Sifiso Dabengwa
September 2, 2013

New York Police Label Mosques as Terrorist Organizations

Federal judge rewrote rules to allow secret blanket surveillance
Adam Goldman, Matt Apuzzo
August 30, 2013

Codename “Apalachee”: How the US Spies on Europe and the UN

US snoops on technology, and trade, food, energy policies
Laura Poitras, Marcel Rosenbach, Holger Stark
August 27, 2013