In a place where government surveillance raises the spectre of a totalitarian past, some fear rights are being violated.
by Sumi Somaskanda
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by Al Jazeera Staff
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Michael Hayden also believes Hillary Clinton's emails may have been hacked.
NSA28 Nov 2015 19:43 GMT
Agency to begin more narrowly focused surveillance programme after stopping mass collection of data midnight on Sunday.
UpFront05 Sep 2015 15:00 GMT
A look at the NSA surveillance of Chinese and Taliban communications.
UpFront05 Sep 2015 12:53 GMT
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UpFront04 Sep 2015 19:32 GMT
We also look at the narrative regarding refugees, and ask an Iraqi ambassador if it is time to consider a partition.
NSA23 Aug 2015 12:34 GMT
While other US allies reacted angrily, Japan's response to WikiLeaks' NSA espionage allegations was muted.
Edward Snowden09 Aug 2015 13:13 GMT
The NSA Whistleblower Before Snowden
Politics24 Jun 2015 04:29 GMT
Leaked documents purport to show that NSA wiretapped current leader Francois Hollande as well as two former presidents.
The Listening Post20 Jun 2015 12:07 GMT
Anonymous official sources go after Edward Snowden in the UK's media; plus, 30 years of covering Cuba from Miami.
The Listening Post07 Jun 2015 13:12 GMT
Daniel Ellsberg, the first whistleblower prosecuted in US history, discusses Snowden, Chelsea Manning and espionage.
Politics03 Jun 2015 01:59 GMT
US president signs legislation reviving and reshaping surveillance laws that expired temporarily on Sunday night.
NSA02 Jun 2015 21:28 GMT
Controversial mass surveillance law ends, but it remains to be seen if Americans' digital privacy will return.
The Listening Post01 Jun 2015 13:55 GMT
One of the most controversial sections of the US Patriot Act governing mass surveillance is set to expire.
Politics01 Jun 2015 11:26 GMT
Spy agencies can no longer collect Americans' phone records and other data after Senate fails to extend their authority.
Human Rights15 May 2015 18:17 GMT
Al Jazeera's Islamabad bureau chief Ahmad Zaidan says the accusations against him are a threat to journalism as a whole.
by Ahmad Zaidan
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