RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

PRISM (surveillance program)

A collection of news and information related to PRISM (surveillance program) published by this site and its partners.

Top PRISM (surveillance program) Articles

Displaying items 13-24
  • Vancouver TED Talk streams inspiration to Eldersburg studio

    ELDERSBURG - Since 1984, TED has been building a reputation as the place where the most brilliant and creative minds in the world share their ideas and innovations with the public. The carefully curated TED Talks are meant to be easily digestible, and the...
  • Top 10 tech fails of 2013 [Photos]

    Top 10 tech fails of 2013 [Photos]
    In the world of tech, failure is almost a badge of honor. It shows others in the industry that you've been through tough times but have learned from mistakes and are now primed for success. Perhaps that's true, but it doesn't make failure any more...
  • Apple issues update to Mac users for 'Goto fail' security hole

    Apple issues update to Mac users for 'Goto fail' security hole
    Apple has issued an update for Mac users that fixes a security hole identified last week that is known as the "Goto fail" bug. The security issue potentially makes it possible for hackers to intercept and even modify information users send from their...
  • Apple, Google and others draw a skinny line in the sand on spying

    Opponents of the National Security Agency's electronic surveillance programs cheered Monday when eight giant tech companies issued a manifesto against governments hoovering data online. The principles laid out by Apple, Google and their cohorts, however,...
  • Four questions about the NSA spying controversy

    Four questions about the NSA spying controversy
    In recent days, disclosures of electronic surveillance by the U.S. National Security Agency, including allegations that it spied on foreign leaders, have threatened to cause significant damage to the United States' relations with some of its closest...
  • Civil libertarians' hypocrisy

    Self-proclaimed civil libertarians are up in arms over the National Security Agency's massive database containing information about whom we call and what we do on the Web. Defenders of the program say, "So what?" Unless you're a terrorist, no one in the...
  • Rachel Marsden: NSA's PRISM program falls victim to an ego trip

    PARIS -- Edward Snowden, the former National Security Agency contractor on the lam for having dumped some classified documents on the desk of a British reporter, says that he doesn't consider himself a hero, but his girlfriend's blog paints a different...
  • Rachel Marsden: Foreign outrage over Snowden affair is laughable

    Ever since former NSA contractor Edward Snowden fled the job he held for three months, taking four laptop computers full of U.S. intelligence with him to Hong Kong and Russia, other countries have become "outraged" by the Snowden disclosures about...
  • Trading Phone Data For Security Sensible

    Thirty-five years ago in United States v. Choate, the courts ruled that the Postal Service may record "mail cover," i.e., what's written on the outside of an envelope — the addresses of sender and receiver. The National Security Agency's recording...
  • Yahoo discloses how much government data requests it gets

    Yahoo became the fourth major tech company to disclose how much government data requests it gets, following a report that alleged the tech companies are involved in a government surveillance program known as PRISM. Chief Executive Marissa Mayer said...
  • Can the Obama administration be trusted?

    Can the Obama administration be trusted?
    — Thirty-five years ago in United States v. Choate, the courts ruled that the U.S. Postal Service may record "mail cover," i.e., what's written on the outside of an envelope — the addresses of sender and receiver. The National Security...
  • Britain denies using PRISM to get around domestic spying laws

    Britain denies using PRISM to get around domestic spying laws
    LONDON -- British Foreign Secretary William Hague on Monday sought to reassure Parliament that the government is not using U.S. surveillance programs to get around British law and spy on its citizens. Hague’s comments followed reports in the...