Is Edward Snowden a traitor or a whistleblower? We need a better legal framework to figure that out.
As the nation comes to grip with the news that the National Security Agency has engaged in various surveillance programs that capture and catalog information like phone call records and the Internet data, reactions have ranged from near denials to outrage to nonchalance.
Companies who have been named in secret documents as having been …
The dilution of vital state secrets with information that isn’t truly sensitive made Wikileaks and Bradley Manning inevitable
The head of the ACLU argues that overreacting to events in Boston could turn America into a surveillance state
A new survey shows that suicide terrorists and mass-homicide perpetrators tend to draw from the same pool of grievance-collecting young men
In Cambridge, social networks laid bare an intricate web of eerie, sometimes banal, connections to the bombings
More video surveillance will be coming to cities across America. But how do we balance safety with privacy?
The attack was low-tech and apparently leaderless, which points us in several possible directions
Before pulling the trigger on Iran, the U.S. should review how Bush nearly drove Saddam Hussein from power without an invasion
The more widespread the technology, the better the uses we will find for it
The movie is misleading, but that hardly warrants a congressional inquiry.