U.K. introduces most intrusive spying law in the 'history of Western democracy'
'The state has greatly expanded their surveillance capabilities, there is only lip service to privacy.'
Edward Snowden makes his case for a presidential pardon in NYC
'Today, whistleblowing is democracy's safeguard of last resort.'
Eric Holder says Snowden 'performed a public service' but calls leaks 'inappropriate and illegal'
Holder prosecuted more whistleblowers than any other attorney general.
U.K. boosts cyber forces amid fears of ISIS cyberattacks on critical infrastructure
The British government anticipates a more serious cyber threat.
Microsoft dodges reach of U.S. government with new European data centers
The first company implicated in the NSA's PRISM program is looking for ways out.