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NSA champion Dianne Feinstein swoops in to slow surveillance reform

Critics say it's a halfhearted attempt at reform.

Senator who wrote bill to help NSA gets way more money than opponent

Sen. Dianne Feinstein has received three times as much as her idealogical opponent in the debate over NSA spying. 

New NSA bill would actually legalize metadata program

The Senate Intelligence Committee today approved a bill that woud do more harm than good in the fight against domsetic surveillance.

Top Democrat worries net-neutrality rules will help terrorists

The FCC says she can rest easy.

Sen. Dianne Feinstein will seek legislation to 'pierce' through encryption

'I have concern about a PlayStation that my grandchildren might use.'

Why 54 civil liberties groups want to kill an NSA reform bill

"The FISA Improvements Act does not offer real reform..."

Sen. Feinstein's office says no delay for Senate encryption bill

'I don’t know where talk of a ‘delay’ comes from.'

ICAP, NDAA demand laws mandating encryption backdoors

Law enforcement say backdoors make it harder to catch criminals. But where's the evidence?

Senate will not investigate Ted Cruz following 'classified' gaffe

'I don’t think national television is the place to discuss classified information.'

CISA critic Sen. Ron Wyden on Thursday's preliminary Senate vote

The Senate advanced CISA on Thursday, but the battle over your privacy is not yet over.

Top Senate Democrat wants to scrub bomb-making manuals from the Web

First Amendment? We don't need no stinking First Amendment.

It's time to pardon Edward Snowden

How can we continue to treat Snowden as if he were a traitor?

Privacy advocates decry Senate bill that would hold tech companies liable for reporting extremist content

The requirement failed as an attachment to a previous bill, but now it's back.

NSA director cautiously criticizes Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server

The head of the NSA clearly didn't expect this subject to come up.

Senators propose new cybersecurity bill at 11th hour

With just weeks to go before the Senate's summer recess, five senators have introduced what they say is the best chance to pass cybersecurity legislation this year.

LOVEINT: NSA says employees spied on their partners

Spying on love interests made up most of the "willful misconduct" by NSA officers over the past decade, the agency said.

Senator 'very close' to reintroducing controversial CISPA

Despite Americans' increasing aversion to government surveiliance, Saxby Chambliss (R-Ga.) wants to revive the twice-defeated bill, this time in the Senate.

U.S. officials 'personally believe' Russian spies helped Snowden

“I don't think ... Mr. Snowden woke up one day and had the wherewithal to do this all by himself.”

Twitter, Facebook, Google may soon be forced to report terrorist activity

The intelligence community stands to gain a lot, but tech companies may not be thrilled.

NSA officials claim Obama knew allied leaders were monitored

NSA officials say President Obama knew more about spying on foreign leaders than the adminstration has admitted.

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