Since his whistleblowing, the United Kingdom has granted itself even more power to snoop on citizens.
After being resoundingly voted out of the party's vice-chairmanship over his comments about veterans, school shootings, and age-of-consent laws, the activist/entrepreneur throws his hat in the ring against Adam Kokesh and a presumed Bill Weld.
Our terrible federal espionage laws won’t let her argue the leak served the public’s interest.
The government still snoops on its own citizens, but we're more aware of it—and we can push back.
We can think of at least one whistleblower who agrees.
The crew of The Post celebrates leaking the Pentagon Papers but gets all touchy when Obama's secret surveillance is mentioned.
FBI, Intel want broad snooping powers to stay intact. That may not be an option.
It's time to rein in warrantless domestic surveillance before it's too late.
Welcome to the club! Now let us tell you how to fix it.
More than 150 million phone call records of Americans were collected in 2016.
A war on WikiLeaks will ultimately threaten a free press.
Yes, they're even spying on the president.
Proposal seen as targeting whistleblowers and journalists.
Working on even stronger tech to protect from snooping.
Given the administration’s treatment of whistleblowers, this would be a big deal.
Report may be out by next month.
The president probably won't listen. But he should.
Friday A/V Club: Mike Pompeo vs. Edward Snowden
Whistleblower doesn't worry about whether there will be a deal for his return.
The independent conservative ticket is threatening in Utah with a message of local control and the notion that “all men and women are created equal.”