The latest news on privacy
The Obama administration is continuing Bush's policies.
The Constitution protects the content of communications, but not metadata.
Our liberty can't be dependent on government's good intentions.
The government is collecting user data from nine major internet companies.
Two whistle-blowers say phone spying program has been active since just after 9/11.
Lawmakers are the ones approving and continuing domestic surveillance programs, not the Obama administration.
Experts say the recently-uncovered PRISM program means the FBI and NSA have no problem accessing data.
Government needs access to massive amounts of data to find terrorist trends, James Clapper says.
Once upon a time in Washington, lawmakers cared about invasions of privacy that are commonplace today.
Sens. Feinstein, Chambliss Defend NSA's phone record seizures.