Apple Denies Working with NSA on iPhone Backdoor

The company says it will try to defend against attacks on its products by anyone.

You Won’t Believe All the Crazy Hardware the NSA Uses for Spying

The NSA’s Sears catalog for spies has been released.

Talk of an RSA Boycott Grows After Reports It Colluded With the NSA

A well-known security researcher says he won’t speak at next year’s RSA conference after reports allege that the company worked with the NSA to allow back doors into encryption products.

In Lawsuit, U.S. May Have to Prove Why It Needs Phone Records Collection Program

A judge challenges the government to prove that investigators have used it to fend off imminent terrorist attacks.

Shareholder Suit Accuses IBM of Concealing a Post-Snowden Backlash in China

Big Blue saw its sales fall considerably in China last quarter. A Louisiana pension fund argues that it was because of an association with the NSA.

Yahoo Locks Down Its Data Center Links From NSA’s Prying Eyes

Slowing the spies down, if nothing else.

Requests for Google User Account Info by Governments Are on the Rise

Requests worldwide have nearly doubled since 2010, data shows.

How the NSA May Be Tapping Yahoo’s and Google’s Fiber Optic Cables

The latest disclosures from Edward Snowden’s documents raise some interesting questions about how the NSA does its job.

U.S. Intelligence Chief Defends Attempts to Break Tor Anonymity Network

It was all legal and appropriate, James Clapper argues.

Why the NSA Hates Tor, the Network That Protects Internet Anonymity

The good news: Even the NSA can’t quite break it. The bad news: It hasn’t stopped trying.

Silk Road Bust Raises Profile of So-Called “Dark Web”

What the NSA Might Have Wanted to Learn From Tracking Your Phone

Guardian Editors Debate a Former NSA Lawyer on PRISM, Snowden and Surveillance

China Is Not Investigating IBM, Oracle and EMC, Even as Tensions Increase

Microsoft Asks Attorney General to Intervene in Request to Disclose PRISM Info

Secretive FISA Court Sides With Yahoo Over Disclosure of 2008 PRISM Case

White House Steps Up Defense of Surveillance Programs (Video)

A Closer Look at Microsoft’s FISA Disclosure Numbers

Governments Requested Information on as Many as 19,000 Facebook Accounts

ACLU Sues Government Over Surveillance Programs

The Laws That Make It Easy for the Government to Spy on Americans

NSA Declassifies — Sort Of — Its Super-Secret Internal Magazine

Security Firm Endgame Lands $23 Million From Paladin Capital

Meet Gauss, the Latest Weapon in the Unfolding U.S.-Israeli Cyberwar