By Adam Wagner - 21 August 12:50
Even if it was legal, that doesn’t make it right.
By Michael Bochenek - 22 June 11:18
Far from committing an act of treason, as several top US lawmakers have suggested, by all appearances the NSA whistleblower has done a public service.
By John Pilger - 20 June 11:15
It is in popular culture that the fraudulent “ideal” of America as morally superior, a “leader of the free world”, has been most effective.
By Laurie Penny - 17 June 08:18
There is a significant psychological price to being constantly aware of the variety of ways in which your activity might be tracked.
By Mehdi Hasan - 13 June 10:37
On questions of “US national security”, from wiretaps to Gitmo to drone strikes, Barack Obama has shown his thinking is even less unenlightened than that of the junior Bush. And liberals everywhere better accept that.
By Laurie Penny - 10 June 12:50
Expose injustice and pay the price.
By George Eaton - 10 June 08:59
The Foreign Secretary claims law-abiding citizens have "nothing to fear" but MPs will want more reassurance than that.
By Nicky Woolf - 09 June 09:24
The whistleblower who leaked Top Secret documents to the <em>Guardian</em> about NSA domestic spying practices has revealed himself to be 29-year-old Edward Snowden, a former CIA employee.
By Nicky Woolf - 07 June 03:04
The <em>Guardian</em>'s stories of the last two days are the highest-level US leaks since the Pentagon Papers.
By Nicky Woolf - 06 June 02:19
The President is caught riding rough-shod over privacy for the second time in a month.