FISC approved all 2015 surveillance requests but required more wiretap modifications
Some call the court a 'rubber stamp' for government spying. But is it taking a harder look at surveillance requests?
Faisal bin Ali Jaber continues fight for the truth about U.S. drone strike that killed his family
'We need to know the names.'
Can Switzerland become a safe haven for the world's data?
Switzerland sits outside the European Union, and that could make all the difference.
Inside one transparency activist's multi-year quest to crack the NSA's CryptoKids
'You can get answers, but it's all about refusing to back down.'
Former NSA and CIA chief explains why he backs Apple over FBI
'Apple is right on just raw security grounds.'
Big-data researchers may have unmasked Banksy
The implications are troubling.