This administration has an atrocious record for prosecuting whistleblowers. Can it really get away with jailing the reporters who talk to them, too?
As the fragile defenses of online privacy crumble, these are trouble times indeed for anyone who cares about the ability to share information without fear of government or corporate surveillance.
Yemen is a real place where people are demanding social justice and democracy. Their cause is only harmed by the US.
Members of Congress in general clearly know next to nothing about the NSA and the FISA court beyond what they read in the media, and those who try to rectify that are being actively blocked from finding out.