Plus: Naomi Wolf has no clue (again), gun site wins Section 230 case, and more...
It's not just the right to report that's under attack. It's also your right to be informed.
"We shouldn't have to think about self-censoring what we say online."
And the guidelines for spying on journalists may be even looser under Trump.
The woman who leaked a report showing Russian attempts to infiltrate voting systems gets the longest sentence ever imposed for her offense.
Would she have gotten a better deal if she hadn't been denied bail?
After a Year Stuck in Jail, Reality Winner to Accept Plea Deal for Leaking NSA Report on Russian Election Meddling
Our terrible federal espionage laws won't let her argue the leak served the public's interest.
The FBI needed probable cause to believe he was an agent of a foreign power, a standard that is not hard to meet.
Charlaine Harris' books come to NBC while Russian agents invade CNN.
A failure of transparency and responsibility by multiple nations.
FBI got warrant to monitor Carter Page's communications.
Privacy concerns that are worth debating get sucked into White House fight.
Will assess whether anything illegal happened, but wouldn't provide details.
Fight over government control ignores issue of snooping on all the rest of us.
Don't let the fight over Russia's behavior allow interventionist answers to go unchallenged.
Please stop ignoring that government officials have agendas.
New Cold War coming of age/spy thriller series premieres on SundanceTV.
And some journalists are more than happy to let them.
Plenty more work to do toward reclaiming our lost liberties and protecting our privacy
Horrible. It looked horrible.
And yet, the U.S. still didn't get what it wanted
Huawei to no longer look for business in the states
Allegations showing up in media reports
What, no blaming the messenger or defending it in knee-jerk reaction? How odd.
Met with countries' presidents
Edward Snowden releases some operational records
What sort of harm was actually caused by WikiLeaks info?