NSA Agents Will Make All Their Private Calls with a Fishbowl

The National Security Agency, America's eyes and ears, constantly deals with highly-sensitive data. Problem is, discussing that data over unprotected airwaves represents a huge security risk, often requiring agents to communicate in code. That's why the Agency has developed its own super-secure Android handset. » 3/01/12 12:00am 3/01/12 12:00am

The NSA Collects a Library of Congress Worth of Data Every Six Hours

The National Security Administration is the eyes and ears of American national defense, charged with maintaining vigilance against external threats through information gathering — be it eavesdropping phone calls (like the one that led to bin Ladin's downfall), surveillance video or photography. » 5/10/11 7:20pm 5/10/11 7:20pm