Edward Snowden's girlfriend living with him in Russia: Film

Fugitive US intelligence analyst Edward Snowden, who was granted asylum by Moscow after revealing the extent of US government surveillance, has been joined by his American girlfriend in Russia, a documentary reveals.

PRISM slams govt for spending Rs 288 lakh for purchasing cars

Aizawl-based corruption watchdog People`s Rights to Information and Development Society of Mizoram (PRISM) slammed the Mizoram government for spending Rs 288 lakh on purchase of cars for legislators.

Snowden calls for international deal on data surveillance

Strasbourg: Fugitive US intelligence contractor Edward Snowden said on Wednesday there should be an international agreement on data collection to protect against the mass surveillance of citizens.

Katy Perry shows new artwork for her single

Pop star Katy Perry has unveiled a cover artwork for her song `Birthday` from her album `Prism`.

Katy Perry undergoing hypnotherapy to get over John Mayer

Pop star Katy Perry is reportedly having hypnotherapy to get over former boyfriend John Mayer.

Obama says plan will end NSA bulk data sweep

President Barack Obama put forward a plan to end bulk collection of telephone records, aiming to defuse a controversy over the government`s sweeping surveillance activities on millions of Americans.

China hits back at US in human rights report

China on Friday issued a report on human rights in the US, denouncing it for foreign drone strikes, state-sponsored spying and "rampant" gun crime after Washington criticised its rights record.

Snowden won`t return to US without amnesty, says legal adviser

Edward Snowden would be willing to enter talks with US Attorney General Eric Holder to negotiate his return to United States but not without a guarantee of amnesty, his legal adviser said on Sunday.

US National Security Agency scoops up millions of text messages a day: Report

The US National Security Agency has collected almost 200 million mobile phone text messages a day from around the world, a report has said, in the latest revelations from the Edward Snowden files.

NSA hired IT specialists to hack sensitive info: Report

US National Security Agency has employed more than a thousand IT specialists to hack into 50,000 computer systems worldwide and to install malicious software designed to steal sensitive information.

South American countries plan to prevent US spying

South American countries are making plans to set up an exclusive internet network in face of increasing threats from the US spying agencies, officials said.

Katy Perry releases new track

Pop star Katy Perry has released the latest song ‘Walking on air’ from her upcoming third album ‘Prism’.

Katy Perry had suicidal thoughts after split from Russell Brand

Katy Perry has revealed that she questioned whether she could continue living after the end of her marriage to Russell Brand.

Katy Perry wants to collaborate with Bruno Mars

Pop star Katy Perry finds singer Bruno Mars immensely talented and wants to collaborate with him.

John Mayer adopts Katy Perry`s promotional idea

John Mayer took inspiration from his on-and-off girlfriend Katy Perry`s promotional idea to inform his fans about his album Paradise Valley.

John Mayer uses Katy Perry`s idea to promote album

Singer-songwriter John Mayer used his girlfriend, singer Katy Perry`s idea, of using a giant truck to promote his upcoming album ‘Paradise Valley’.

NSA admits abusing spying power on Americans

US National Security Agency (NSA) has admitted that its analysts had intentionally abused their spying power on Americans.

European data agencies press EU over US spying

European data protection agencies have asked EU to help investigate extent of US electronic spying revealed by intelligence leaker Edward Snowden, warning surveillance may have breached privacy laws.

German military knew about PRISM: Report

The German military has known for years of the sweeping US online surveillance programme PRISM, a newspaper reported on Wednesday, citing a NATO document from the Afghanistan mission.

Yahoo wins court battle to declassify documents in PRISM case

Internet Corporation Yahoo has won the legal battle for publishing its arguments against the alleged US led NSA Prism programme.