Computerized placards are literally watching you — and they may even follow you home.
Members of America's spy agency don't even learn the rules.
Jeffrey Sterling learned the hard way that the feds will throw the book at anyone who embarrasses them.
Congress is still dragging its feet on fixes more than a year after Edward Snowden's alarming revelations first came to light.
Our emails are being tapped, our phone messages tracked, our cell phone locations mapped, and our license plates photographed.
The National Security Agency and our Department of Homeland Security want to squelch parody that pokes fun at them.
Our spymaster-in-chief wants to deny the media the freedom to report on Big Brother's surveillance.
How much of our privacy and how many of our constitutional rights are we willing to give up to protect this country from violent attack?