A presidential advisory committee’s recommendation of broad new restraints designed to increase privacy protections is a first sign that spying revelations may lead to changes.
The political party of former cricket star Imran Khan apparently revealed the name in an escalation of its campaign to end American drone strikes in the country.
The attack drew new criticism from a Pakistani opposition party which called it a sign of American contempt for the country’s leadership.
In an era when the Obama administration has been focused on new forms of conflict, the dangerous contest suddenly erupting in the East China Sea seems almost a throwback to the Cold War.
American and British spies have infiltrated online fantasy games, fearing that militants could use them to communicate, move money or plot attacks, documents show.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel will meet with Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, among others, in hopes of shoring up one of Washington’s most complicated relationships.
The Pakistani military deployed its first fleet of domestically developed drones on Monday.
The defense secretary, visiting the Fifth Fleet base, said the United States would not reduce deployments designed to deter Iran’s regional ambitions.
Eight major companies, led by Google and Microsoft, are calling for tighter controls on surveillance of their customers’ data by governments worldwide.
Documents leaked by Edward J. Snowden describe surveillance during a summit meeting of world leaders in Canada in June 2010.