Secret U.S. spy court approved all 1,456 wiretap requests last year
Some call the court a 'rubber stamp' for government spying. But is it taking a harder look at surveillance requests?
U.K. court strikes down sweeping government surveillance law
It's a big win for privacy, but the fight is not yet over.
Here's how the U.S. government will get around the Patriot Act expirations
Say hello to the 'grandfather clause.'
Pro-NSA senators aim to weaken USA Freedom Act's privacy protections
Opponents of surveillance reform are doing their best to water down a big NSA-reform bill.
What happens if parts of the Patriot Act really expire?
The NSA will reluctantly stop tracking your phone calls. But the FBI's not going down without a fight.