Security officials today use the politically-correct term “insider threat” to describe what were once called traitors, and no one was more aggressive in pursuing them than counterintelligence types at the National Security Agency.
Edward Snowden said on Friday that he plans to vote in November’s presidential election despite remaining exiled in Moscow after leaking a cache of top-secret U.S. National Security Agency documents.
Hillary Clinton fundraiser and Cards of Humanity co-creator Max Temkin took to Twitter this week to argue that Edward Snowden should receive a presidential pardon, putting him at odds with the Democratic presidential nominee on the issue.
Hillary Clinton was classified as an example of “careless or disgruntled employees” in an Army training presentation, according to sources confirmed by NBC News on Tuesday.
Intelligence compromises over the past five years, including the transfer of top-secret data on Hillary Clinton’s private email server, inflicted serious damage on U.S. national security, the chairman of the House Armed Services Committee said Wednesday.
The self-proclaimed Islamic State has used National Security Agency documents stolen by former contractor Edward Snowden to evade U.S. intelligence services, officials told the New York Times in a Tuesday story.
Jeb Bush said Tuesday that he was infuriated by the possibility of a plea bargain for Edward Snowden that would allow the former government contractor to return to the United States from Moscow.
NSA leaker Edward Snowden praised Sen. Rand Paul’s anti-Patriot Act filibuster from Moscow, where the former contractor fled by way of Hong Kong in 2013 with a trove of America’s national security secrets.
MOSCOW (Reuters) – A Russian lawyer for Edward Snowden said on Tuesday the fugitive former U.S. spy agency contractor who leaked details of the government’s mass surveillance programs was working with American and German lawyers to return home.
Disclosures of National Security Agency (NSA) secrets by the former contractor Edward Snowden have damaged U.S. efforts to battle terrorists, Adm. Mike Rogers, the agency’s director, said on Monday.