Twenty Years In A Security State: After Failing To Stop 9/11 Attacks, FBI Invented Terrorists
"[W]e try to identify plots in the earliest stages possible because we don’t know what we don’t know about a terrorism plot," Attorney General Alberto Gonzales declared, referring to the FBI.
US Supreme Court Decision Limits How Prosecutors May Use Anti-Hacking Law In Leak Cases
The Supreme Court's decision means it should no longer be so easy to convict whistleblowers like Thomas Drake and Chelsea Manning with the CFAA.
FBI Seized Legally Privileged Materials From Julian Assange After Arrest In Ecuador Embassy
"One record of [Assange’s] entire archive” was effectively purloined, and without it, attorney Gareth Peirce mentioned it has made putting together a defense in his extradition case more difficult.