China's government maintains a tight grip on its citizens by closely monitoring their activities. Just how invasive is the country's internal spying program?
The legal definition of treason is often misunderstood, even at the highest levels of government. Trace examines what it really means to be a traitor.
The new movie The Man from U.N.C.L.E. revisits 1960s-era espionage intrigue. But what was it really like back then?
Follow Edward Snowden's trip from IT worker at the CIA and NSA to Russian asylum seeker fleeing espionage charges against him in the U.S.
The two CIA documents offer tips to help spies maintain their cover while using false documents as they cross international borders.
Authorities torture because of incompetence, revenge and a desire for control.
The NSA has ears that never quit. The eavesdroppers par excellence want to know what people are saying, 24/7. What's the history of the National Security Agency, from its founding to its present status as the world's most efficient snoop?
The catalog reveals a colorful array of code names for methods aimed at both collecting information and manipulating online information.
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