Whistleblower Edward Snowden worked at the CIA and NSA and signed secrecy agreements that apply to his new book "Permanent Record," the judge said.
"The problem isn't data protection, the problem is data collection," Snowden said Monday at the Web Summit conference in Portugal.
The DOJ has apparently prepared to indict Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, setting up a legal battle that could have broad ramifications for the Russia probe as well as the government's prosecution of journalists and others who reveal secrets.
Caught in the trade fight, Apple CEO Cook has become something of an envoy while trying to protect Apple’s business in China.
The NSA has "reigns supreme" for years with voice identification tech, according to documents obtained by The Intercept.
The US Senate has advanced a bill to renew the NSA's warrantless internet surveillance program.
Apple is scrambling to fix a serious glitch within its latest Mac operating system.
Booz Allen disclosed in June that it is under investigation by the DOJ for how it calculated costs billed to the U.S. government.
Beijing has forced a long list of American companies to enter joint ventures or share research with Chinese players, The New York Times reports.
Apple pulled several VPN apps from its App Store in China, which it said did not meet new regulation requirements.
During a question-and-answer session with Russian citizens on Thursday, Russian President Vladimir Putin said he would offer James Comey political Asylum.
The group which signed an open letter said prosecuting Julian Assange is a "threat to all free journalism".
Contractors likely breached security and handed over documents describing the CIA's use of hacking tools to WikiLeaks.
"Any hacker can use the security hole the CIA left open to break into any iPhone in the world," Snowden says on Twitter.
Trump has called the NSA leaker a "spy" and a "traitor" who deserves to be executed, NBC News reports.
Britain's Guardian newspaper is considering becoming a tabloid and outsourcing printing to a rival.
The Obama administration has expanded the power of the NSA to share globally intercepted personal communications. The New York Times reports.
Friction between the president-elect and the U.S. intel community could eventually hurt spy agency contractors such as Booz Allen Hamilton.
The report does not accuse Snowden of being spy, but seeks to poke holes in his whistleblowing account, NBC News reports.
The U.S. intelligence community will soon disclose an estimate of the number of Americans whose electronic communications have been caught in the crosshairs of online surveillance programs.