Twitter is finally taking the fight to court.
According to a new report, the US spy agency actually collects data on less than 20% of all phone calls.
UpdatedGoogle, Apple, Microsoft, Facebook, and more are in on a new deal that will allow unprecedented disclosure.
According to Google's latest report, requests pertaining to user counts has increased by 100% since 2010.
Yahoo has sued the Department of Justice for the right to reveal the number of national security-related information requests it gets.
U.S. Dept. of Justice must release classified documents the company says prove it fought back.
As one of nine companies named in the Prism surveillance program, Google wants to open up its web history to you.