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An investigative journalist looks back at the intrigue and impact of the NSA snooping bombshell
What do we learn from Edward Snowden’s story?
Janine Gibson helped bring his revelations of mass surveillance to the world. How much has changed since then?
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Intelligence agencies look to invest in private sector with £85m venture capital fund
Civilisations have engaged in espionage since biblical times — but the ethics of spying remain as murky as ever
A definitive guide to cryptography in a world where hackers can track our every move
Sensitive data exposed by deep flaws at the heart of the interconnected global digital economy
US president and German chancellor clash over immigration, trade and Nato
Tradecraft, diplomacy and alliances will all suffer repercussions, writes Sam Jones
US Navy veteran accused of taking details of cyber weapons
Oliver Stone’s film about Edward Snowden is expertly made but somewhat uncritical
Time spent waiting is an opportunity to catch up with emails, reading and phone calls
FBI charges man over theft of classified information in alleged security breach
The full interview with the US whistleblower in a Moscow hotel room
The world’s most famous whistleblower has room service with Alan Rusbridger in a Moscow hotel to talk about the ‘surveillance free-for-all’ — and the possible role of a Rubik’s Cube in his spiriting away of the NSA files
An online ‘auction’ signals a build-up of tension between Russia and America
‘Proven operational case’ for tapping communications data adds support to ‘snoppers’ charter’
Legislation to boost intelligence co-operation in wake of Snowden leaks
James Graham’s play explores the implications of our addiction to smartphones and the internet
Mike Bartlett’s play about secrets and power reaches a dazzling conclusion
China’s tech sector is hard for foreign companies to crack
Electronic surveillance agency continues efforts to win over public after Snowden revelations
Release of documents reverberates from Putin’s inner circle to Iceland and Fifa