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National Security Agency
NSA Leaker Reality Winner Sentenced to 63 Months in Prison
It’s the longest sentence ever given for leaking government secrets to the media.
NSA Leaker Reality Winner Pleads Guilty, Faces 5 Years in Prison
Winner is one of the first people prosecuted for leaking by the Trump administration.
How Russia’s Favorite Antivirus Software Became a U.S. Security Threat
The pressure mounts against the popular antivirus software.
Leaked NSA Report Suggests Russian Hacking Could Have Affected Election Itself
“Comey Week” in Washington just got a little more intense.
The Lesson We Should Learn From WannaCry
Insecure enemies mean insecure friends — and everyone else — too.
The NSA Just Ended Part of Its Warrantless Surveillance Operation
The agency will no longer collect emails and texts about foreign targets sent by American citizens.
Was the NSA Hacked As a Message From Russia?
A group called “The Shadow Brokers” claims to have hacked
Warrantless NSA Searches of Americans’ Data Have Doubled Since 2013
Officials are making more use of the government spying program.
Rand Paul Uses ‘Filibustering’ As Excuse to Give Really Long Campaign Speech
The presidential candidate wants to talk about privacy even if it means no one gets a three-day weekend.
NSA Phone-Data Collection May Be Useless, Likely Won’t Stop
Obama will announce some changes to the program on Friday.
NSA Warrantless Wiretap Program Ruled Illegal
This is a blow to the former Bush administration.