Greenwald back in US after NSA revelations

US reporter Glenn Greenwald returned to his homeland for the first time since he helped expose Washington`s vast electronic spying network, warning that more revelations are yet to come.

China condemns `NSA spying` on tech giant Huawei

Beijing on Monday condemned Washington over reports that the US National Security Agency had for years had been secretly tapping the networks of Chinese telecoms and Internet giant Huawei.

Top tech executives meet Obama to discuss surveillance issue

US President Barack Obama has met six technology executives to discuss government surveillance and privacy concerns, amid fears that NSA spying is undermining one of the country`s most vital industries.

Brazil to closely assess US vow to limit NSA spying

Brazil said today it would closely study US President Barack Obama`s pledge to curtail his National Security Agency`s espionage activities and halt spy taps on friendly foreign leaders.

Barack Obama nears end of NSA spying review

The White House said Thursday President Barack Obama was nearing the end of his soul searching about US spying reforms as he met lawmakers who oversee the intelligence community.

US judge says phone surveillance program likely unlawful

The US government`s gathering of Americans` phone records is likely unlawful, a judge ruled on Monday, raising "serious doubts" about the value of the National Security Agency`s so-called metadata counter terrorism program.

Obama orders curbs on NSA spying on UN headquarters

President Barack Obama recently ordered the National Security Agency to curtail eavesdropping on the United Nationsheadquarters in New York as part of a review of US electronic surveillance, according to a US official familiar with the decision.

NSA tracked 60 million phone calls in Spain in one month: Report

After France and Germany, Spain is the latest European nation to have summoned the US ambassador over the reports that the National Security Agency spied on over 60 million phone calls.

Europe must be thankful for NSA spying: Mike Rogers

Echoing similar remarks, Mike Rogers, House Intelligence chief and Republican from Michigan went a step ahead and said that the French must be thankful for the NSA spying as it kept them safe.

Post 9/11, NSA spying virtually unchecked: Experts

Revelations of America`s industrial-scale surveillance have painted an alarming picture of the National Security Agency as a spy service operating virtually without limits since the 9/11 attacks, experts say.

Brazil may opt out of US-centric Internet following NSA spying claims

Brazil might opt out of US-centric Internet over Washington`s widespread online spying.

Brazil leader postpones trip to US over spying

Brazil`s president has postponed a state visit to Washington in response to US spying.