category: Surveillance and Privacy
The Intercept | Sept. 19, 2016
The Intercept | June 28, 2016
The Intercept | May 9, 2016
The Intercept | April 6, 2016
The Intercept | November 10, 2015
The Intercept | August 11, 2015
What Happens When a Failed Writer Becomes a Loyal Spy?
The Intercept | June 18, 2015
The Intercept | May 28, 2015
The Intercept | May 13, 2015
The Intercept | March 3, 2015
The Intercept | February 18, 2015
Stephen Kim Spoke To A Reporter. Now He’s In Jail. This Is His Story
The Intercept | Nov. 13, 2014
The Intercept | October 10, 2014
NSA’s Saboteurs in China and South Korea
The Intercept | March 20, 2014
The Intercept | March 7, 2014
The New York Times Magazine | August 18, 2013
How Laura Poitras Helped Snowden Spill His Secrets
The Nation | June 18, 2013
Just as the Assange saga consumes too much of Alex Gibney’s film, so today’s Snowden obsession deflects attention away from our sprawling surveillance state.
The New Yorker Online | 11/14/2012
When a D.C. video store revealed the Supreme Court nominee’s list of video rentals, it sparked a privacy backlash and a new law. Similarly, the Petraeus affair has put the government’s vast surveillance powers – even of elites – in a critical context.
ProPublica | 08/31/2012
As the Senate considers a bill to strengthen the nation’s cybersecurity, some questionable numbers keep creeping into the discussion.
The New York Times | July 15, 2012
ProPublica | June 28, 2012