A coalition of anti-surveillance activists wants to use local utilities as leverage to halt data collection.
As agencies' ability to capture and store vast datasets grows, experts differ on the best ways to keep big data from enabling Big Brother.
Proposed restrictions are expressly intended to cramp the NSA's practice of assembling and analyzing metadata on Americans.
Congress's efforts to pass a cybersecurity bill may be hopeless for now.
In the era of Edward Snowden, the government is searching for solutions.
As agencies made clear during Wikileaks disclosures, classified documents that have been leaked are still classified.
DNI James Clapper argues that a new IT initiative might have prevented the leaks of classified information that exposed details about NSA operations.
NSA disclosures, Syria and other factors make cybersecurity legislation more difficult and more imperative.
Hurdles remain despite reaching important milestones, but solutions may be in sight.
Director defends the organization's integrity, invites new examination of long-adopted documents.
Leaked documents show the National Security Agency introduced weaknesses into computer security standards, putting at risk NIST's reputation as a disinterested purveyor of cyber guidelines.
Recent revelations continue a decades-long trend, and some experts say the payments can serve as a restraint.