Wikileaks is still sitting on over 50,000, which means they could keep dribbling them out until Election Day, reports NBC News
The Obama administration is contemplating an unprecedented cyber covert action against Russia in retaliation, NBC News reports.
The stock was slightly positive before the report, but dipped into the red after.
The FBI is investigating whether he stole and disclosed highly classified computer code, The New York Times reports.
Some surveillance experts said this represents the first case to surface of a U.S. Internet company agreeing to a spy agency's demand by searching all arriving messages.
Apple's messaging app logs phone numbers typed by users, creating data that could be used by law enforcement, The Intercept said.
Former Attorney General Eric Holder is changing his tune on Edward Snowden. The Information founder and editor in chief Jessica Lessin, and New York Times tech reporter Mike Isaac, share their view.
The teaser provides the first official look into the Hollywood movie about Edward Snowden.
Concerns over China’s economic slowdown is not keeping Red Hat away, as the open source software major plans to spend big in the mainland.
NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden claims authorities don't necessarily need Apple to unlock iPhone.
Apple is just one example of the broader tension between tech companies and the US government across a range of national security and criminal issues.
Twitter said Friday it has shuttered 125,000 accounts threatening terrorist attacks since mid-2015.
Tomorrow new EU privacy rules to protect the data of Europeans may be unveiled. The crackdown could cost Internet giants millions.
On Tuesday, Twitter got yet another high-profile addition when Edward Snowden sent out his first tweet.
Just when you thought you'd heard all you could possibly hear from John McAfee ... there's more. He's running for president.
In criticizing Silicon Valley Internet companies, Apple CEO Tim Cook is going after some of the iPhone's top developers.
Glenn Greenwald, the gatekeeper of Edward Snowden's files, tells CNBC that mass surveillance on citizens by governments is making it harder for anti-terror agencies to spot terrorist plots.
New encryption protection from tech companies is petrifying governments around the word, Glenn Greenwald, gatekeeper of Edward Snowden's files, told CNBC.
D.C. insiders say foot-dragging by some Silicon Valley firms is making it harder to protect American companies from cyberattacks in real time.
The largest SIM-card maker in the world was hacked by the NSA and GCHQ, The Intercept reported Thursday.