Lindsey Graham’s eyeballs practically fell out of his sockets when Rand Paul rose to speak against the NSA Friday night.
For all the talk about “privacy,” the word “privacy” can sometimes be a nebulous concept, about which people hold contradictory views.
In the end, Rand Paul’s Patriot Act filibuster failed to crack his previous record, clocking in at roughly 10.5 hours.
Will he break his nearly-13-hour record from his drone filibuster?
Americans oppose renewing the Patriot Act by a nearly two to one margin, according to a new poll commissioned by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU).
Privacy advocates have long raised the alarm about government use of license plate readers.
California resident Myrna Arias, formerly employed by wire service company Intermex, claims her boss attempted to track her movements 24/7–and then fired her when she refused to comply.
The USA Freedom Act easily passed in the House Wednesday, as expected. But it faces an uphill battle from hereon out.
Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg is taking her “Lean In” policies companywide. Facebook announced Tuesday that it had adopted a $15 minimum wage for it large contractors, as well as additional benefits aimed specifically at women. Sandberg said in a blog post that contractors and vendors who do a “substantial amount of work” for Facebook and who […]
With the clock running out to pass NSA reform before Patriot Act provisions sunset, privacy groups are pulling support for the USA Freedom Act
Yet another poll seems to prove the millennial stereotype—skeptical, untrusting, concerned about privacy—wrong.
Two years after Rand Paul’s infamous 13-hour-long filibuster, he’s already planning his next.
Whistleblower complaints are on the rise under the Obama administration–including at the TSA, the Washington Times reports.
On Thursday, a federal court ruled the NSA’s metadata collection illegal under the Patriot Act.
Something rare just happened: Hillary Clinton stated a concrete opinion on the NSA.
A federal court has decided that the National Security Agency’s (NSA) bulk, warrantless collection of millions of Americans’ phone records is illegal.
Republican FCC commissioner Ajit Pai foresees a grim future for political websites should strict net neutrality rules govern the web.
Statue tributes to whistle-blowers are all the rage right now.
Carly Fiorina has 30,000 reasons to frown. Despite saying, “I understand technology, which is a tool to both reimagine government and to re-engage citizens in the process of government,” her campaign team apparently didn’t. CarlyFiorina.org was purchased by Michael Link, assistant director of digital strategy at SEIU, the website now features 30,000 frown faces. One […]
In showdown with Rand Paul, Homeland Security Sec calls legal justification for NSA ‘beyond my competence’
Rand Paul spent Wednesday going head to head with Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson, demanding to know whether Johnson could justify the government’s bulk data collection under the Fourth Amendment.