Hacked documents reveal sensitive details of expanding border surveillance

The hack revealed the inner workings of a complex surveillance network that border authorities have long sought to keep secret.

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Special Analysis of the May 2019 Superseding Indictment of Julian Assange

RCFP analyzes frequently asked questions this case raises, annotates the charges and breaks down the counts in the indictment.

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N.S.A. Denies Its Cyberweapon Was Used in Baltimore Attack, Congressman Says

A stolen N.S.A. hacking tool was a component in a cyberattack on the city, people involved in the investigation have told The Times.

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A Different View on the President’s Delegation of Declassification

Mueller fired Struck? We all confuse names!

There are good reasons to investigate the Trump campaign investigators, and to give the attorney general limited declassification authority for that investigation.

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Big Tech and Democracy: The Critical Role of Congress

Technology has reached a critical juncture in American society. The unfettered optimism of recent decades is now tempered through rising concerns over privacy and security, the impact of disinformation campaigns, and increasing calls for digital accountability. It is clear that the 116th Congress will face pressure to shape technological innovation through policies that protect and serve the best interests of their constituents.

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