Tag: BOOZ ALLEN HAMILTON INC.

When Will the NSA Stop Spying on Innocent Americans?

stop spy

Unless Congress acts, Americans will soon benefit from one of the Patriot Act’s most important safeguards against abuse: Language in Section 215 of the law is scheduled to expire in June, depriving the FBI and NSA of a provision they’ve

Who profits from our new war? Inside NSA and private contractors’ secret plans

nsa_eye

A massive, $7.2 billion Army intelligence contract signed just 10 days ago underscores the central role to be played by the National Security Agency and its army of private contractors in the unfolding air war being carried out by the

Snowden’s year in Russia: From airport hideout to mystery location

as

With his life being made into a Hollywood movie, ex-NSA analyst Edward Snowden executed the biggest intelligence leak in history and outwitted the spy agency to mark the one-year anniversary of his stay in Russia – his surprise haven from

Snowden raised concerns about NSA internally 10 times before leaking documents

RUSSIA-US-ESPIONAGE-POLITICS-FILES

Ex-NSA contractor Edward Snowden said he tried more than 10 times to go through official channels to alert someone about government spying programs, but nobody listened. According to The Washington Post, Snowden claimed in European Parliament testimony that he reported

Three former NSA workers accused of aiding Snowden

13.si

WASHINGTON — Three people at the National Security Agency have been implicated in Edward Snowden's efforts to copy classified material, including a civilian employee who resigned last month after acknowledging he allowed Snowden to use his computer ID, according to

Ex-NSA Chief Details Snowden’s Hiring at Agency, Booz Allen

Senate Intelligence Committee Discusses The Annual Threat Assessment

DEL MAR, Calif.— Edward Snowden, the former National Security Agency contractor who leaked information about the agency's surveillance program, targeted Booz Allen Hamilton Inc. for employment because of its access to national security contracts, a company vice chairman said Tuesday.