US lawmakers want to restrict Internet surveillance
A bipartisan group of US lawmakers unveiled legislation that would overhaul aspects of the National Security Agency's Internet surveillance programme.
Silicon Valley quiet in Internet surveillance debate
Major technology firms are largely absent from a debate over the renewal of a broad US Internet surveillance law.
US tech firms press for Internet surveillance reform
Facebook, Amazon and over two-dozen other US tech firms urge Congress to make changes to a broad Internet surveillance law.
CIA contractors likely source of WikiLeaks release
Contractors likely breached security and handed over documents describing the CIA's use of hacking tools to WikiLeaks, say US officials.
WikiLeaks releases files on CIA cyber spying tools
The anti-secrecy group publishes thousands of pages of internal CIA discussions about hacking techniques used over several years.
Snowden's favoured e-mail service opens shop, again
Lavabit, an encrypted e-mail service which shut down three years ago rather than hand over information to the US government, relaunches this week.