The latest news on wiretapping
MILAN (AP) — A Milan court on Thursday convicted former Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi of breach of confidentiality for the illegal publication of wiretapped conversations related to a failed bank takeover in a newspaper owned by his media empire.
Post-9/11, the Bush administration authorized more warrantless wiretapping than previously known.
Officials say their ability to wiretap suspects is "going dark."
Gabriel Schoenfeld discusses why some classified information is best kept secret from the public.
A recent report releases information on 2008 state and federal wiretapping programs.
The focus would be on alleged detainee torture, domestic surveillance and other Bush-era secrets.
In 1934, this was big news and was the first Whisper ever.
Obama's public financing opt-out gets predictable reactions, as does FISA compromise. Plus, Veepstakes!
President Bush's demand that the Senate swiftly approve an overhaul of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act doesn't seem to be prompting any significant action in the Senate, where Democrats withdrew it from floor action amid opposition from liberal members of the party.