Filmmakers Katy Scoggin and Laura Poitras follow reporter Marcel Rosenbach as he informs the staff of a German communications firm that they have been targeted for surveillance by British spies.
Unsealed documents from Yahoo’s challenge to the expansion of US surveillance laws in 2007 and 2008 have shown how the company was ultimately made to comply to the US government's demand for user information.
Microsoft has urged US District Judge Loretta Preska, the judge presiding over the case that sees the company refusing to hand some emails stored in its Dublin facility over to the US government, to find them in contempt.
The US government's explanation of how it managed to discover the location of the servers hosting Silk Road, the infamous online black market, is being disputed by a number of security researchers.
A server within the Healthcare.gov system has been compromised, but the good news is that it didn't contain consumer personal information.