Ron Wyden is the Democratic senator from Oregon. Wyden is a leading voice on issues of civil liberties, privacy, and encryption within the U.S. congress.

Rand Paul ends 10-hour Patriot Act filibuster as legislative deadline nears
As Paul talked, controversial government surveillance powers were on the verge of expiring.
New bill would dramatically improve the transparency of America’s spy budget
The overall number is already public, but these lawmakers say that's not enough.
Senators demand CIA director admit he lied in computer-hacking scandal
'In our judgment your handling of this matter has undermined that confidence.'
‘Aaron’s Law’ is back to fix the ‘worst law in technology’
Will Congress finally update U.S. hacking law?
Google, Apple, Twitter, Facebook, and Microsoft call for surveillance reform
Tech giants unite under Reform Government Surveillance banner.
Ron Wyden, the Internet’s senator
After two decades in the Senate, privacy hawk Ron Wyden is still going strong.
Privacy activists troll Sen. Ron Wyden with giant Grumpy Gat blimp
Ron Wyden is under pressure due to controversial trade legislation
Congress wants to make the ban on Internet service taxes permanent
With no controversial strings attached, the measure has wide bipartisan support.
New bill would stop police, NSA from spying on your phone’s location
The government can legally track your cell phone's location. This would change that.
Sen. Ron Wyden’s Secure Data Act aims to close NSA backdoors to consumer data
Watch this bill if you value strong privacy protections for your data.
Major NSA critic Mark Udall loses Senate reelection
Do Americans even care about their privacy?
NSA is still bad for business, say Google, Microsoft, Senator Ron Wyden
Fallout from NSA revelations is "severe and getting worse," Google CEO Eric Schmidt said. 
A guide to the politics of net neutrality
Let’s get ready to rumble—legislatively, that is.
USA Freedom Act clears hurdle in Congress, but loses support
The USA Freedom Act is one step closer to becoming law. And one step further away from what privacy advocates wanted.
The 10 most influential Internet freedom activists of 2013
Edward Snowden changed everything.