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A group of artists in the New York City area have installed a 100-pound bust of Edward Snowden into an existing memorial in Brooklyn.
'Last Week Tonight With John Oliver' traveled to Russia to interview Edward Snowden about dick pics (and other matters, we suppose).
Is that non-threatening elf on your fireplace mantle teaching your kids to accept a '1984' police state? One person thinks so!
According to Edward Snowden, the NSA has a lot of amateur photography, if you know what we mean.
Edward Snowden's NBC interview is mostly just a distraction from the issues he blew the whistle on.
Stephen Colbert gives a speech at the RSA conference. NSA be warned.
Congresswoman Jane Harman is interrupted whilst talking about the NSA by breaking news on MSNBC. It's very important news, you guys.
Obama is about to yank the NSA's leash. But the laws that allowed it to invade your privacy aren't going anywhere.
The NSA is so good at hacking, your computer doesn't even need to be connected to the Internet for them to hack it.
The NSA's black bag team will go so far as to screw with your mail-order laptop, according to new accusations.
Snowden defender Glenn Greenwald made an appearance on MSNBC and set his sights on the network and others in the mainstream media.
The NSA's PRISM program has been ruled unconstitutional. But if you want privacy, there's a lot more work to be done.
The NSA was apparently spying of 'World of Warcraft' users. But reading the memo, a very different motive emerges.
Pope Francis seems like a nice guy, so why is the NSA spying on him? Well, they might not be... not directly, anyway.
In a new PSA for Stop Watching Us, celebrities like John Cusack and Maggie Gyllenhaal urge people to demand that Conress investigate the NSA.
The NSA has a fancy new facility in Utah, that cost billions. And it's so poorly designed, it keeps exploding.
The NSA's analysts have been abusing their power. No points for guessing what they abused it to do.
The 17th season of "South Park" premieres tomorrow night, and the first episode will take on the NSA's domestic spying program.
The NSA has the decryption tools for pretty much any basic kind of web security. Because of course they do.