Cybersecurity executives and government officials are forming a roundtable group aimed at boosting Maryland’s efforts to become a center for the growing field.
The company that handled a background check on National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden allegedly defrauded the government by submitting at least 665,000 investigations that had not been properly completed, and then tried to cover it up when the government suspected what was going on.
Edward Snowden will address the public during a live chat Thursday on the “Free Snowden” website. Click on the link for more information.
Major changes are coming to how the U.S. government handles surveillance. The president orders the National Security Agency to transform the way it stores and accesses digital information that’s collected from millions of Americans.
The investigation into the controversial NSA surveillance program continues.
Technology has changed quickly in the last few decades. And law enforcement has adapted with it, using that technology to combat crime. But now some Maryland lawmakers say it is time to set some limits in order to protect citizens’ privacy.
A federal judge rules in favor of a program allowing the NSA to collect the phone records of millions of Americans. This, after another judge found the practice unconstitutional.
Former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden offers a Christmas message to the British public. From Russia, where he’s been granted temporary asylum, he pressed for an end to mass government surveillance.
For the first time, the man who leaked the personal files of the NSA speaks in an unapologetic 14 hour interview.
A federal judge makes a decision on the National Security Agency’s controversial phone surveillance program. This is just the latest development since former Maryland resident and NSA contractor Edward Snowden leaked classified material.
Stunning new revelations about wide-ranging surveillance by the NSA. The government is amassing a staggering amount of information from cell phones, and that’s drawing sharp criticism from privacy advocates.
Could the government be tracking your every move? A shocking new report by the Washington Post reveals the NSA is recording the locations of cell phones around the world–gathering nearly five billion records a day!