Government Fights to Trap EFF’s NSA Spying Case in a Catch-22

Government Fights to Trap EFF’s NSA Spying Case in a Catch-22

Because the government refused to formally acknowledge the document, Snowden submitted a declaration in our case confirming that he had seen the report when he was an NSA contractor.

The Snowden Legacy, part one: What’s changed, really?

The Snowden Legacy, part one: What’s changed, really?

In the five years since documents provided by Edward Snowden became the basis for a series of revelations that tore away a veil of secrecy around broad surveillance programs run by the National Security Agency, there have been shifts in both technology and policy that have changed the center of gravity for personal electronic privacy in the United States and around the world.

In a court filing, Edward Snowden says a report critical to an NSA lawsuit is authentic

In a court filing, Edward Snowden says a report critical to an NSA lawsuit is authentic

Snowden’s signed declaration, filed on October 31, confirms that one of the documents he leaked, which the EFF relied heavily on for its case, is an authentic draft document written by the then-NSA inspector general in 2009, which exposed concerns about the legality of the Bush’s warrantless surveillance program — Stellar Wind — particularly the collection of bulk email records on Americans.

Edward Snowden after first 'Presidential Alert' test: 'All our lives dangle at the end of a wire'

Edward Snowden after first 'Presidential Alert' test: 'All our lives dangle at the end of a wire'

Former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden sent an ominous warning Wednesday after hundreds of millions of electronic devices all across the U.S. received a test of a “presidential alert."