U.S. Media Silent on Latest Snowden Interview

By KATIE SCHLECHTER, IndyKids Staff PHOTO: Praxis Films and Wikimedia Commons In a German TV interview in early February 2014, Edward Snowden explained how domestic spying programs in the United States weaken human rights and democracy. While the interview was treated...

Watching Every Word

PHOTO: Flickr/Bart Maguire In 2013, the National Security Agency (NSA) will open the largest spying and data storage facility in the United States in Bluffdale, Utah. Technology at the two billion dollar complex will be able to decode protected files. Computer servers...

Cover That Webcam!

PHOTO: flickr/Ikhlasul Amal A school district in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is in trouble for spying on students through school-issued computers. The trouble started when webcams in some students’ computers were secretly activated by the school. The school district...

More Government Spying Uncovered

By AMANDA VENDER In May the newspaper USA Today revealed that the National Security Agency (NSA) is creating a database of phone calls made within the United States. President Bush says that the government isn’t regularly listening in on calls, only gathering data...