Laura Poitras describes how the media has failed and offers Jon a job as an investigative reporter.
Laura Poitras describes the series of strange anonymous emails that led her to make "Citizenfour."
Laura Poitras discusses how Edward Snowden has impacted public awareness about data and privacy.
James Risen discusses how the government is attempting to limit investigative reporting.
Daniel takes a stand against celeb photo leaks by sharing sexy pics of his male fans.
Jordan Klepper reveals his strategy for protecting his privacy from online hackers.
Anonymous hackers leak over 100 explicit photos from the personal devices of female celebrities.
Foreign affairs journalist Ramita Navai discusses the complex layers of Tehran's society.
Journalist Ramita Navai discusses the divide between public and private lives in Iran.
An E.U. ruling gives Europeans the right to have their personal data erased from Google's archives.
Glenn Greenwald discusses the NSA's massive surveillance program and his book "No Place to Hide."
The aliens devise some misguided stunts in an attempt to cheer up Jeff.
The Supreme Court turns a blind eye to the donor lobby industrial complex.
Is Toronto Blue Jays player Brett Lawrie really into butts, cankles or third nipples?
Jason Jones discovers the true meaning of an old Russian proverb.
What Facebook statuses should never exist?
The 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games get underway.
What Facebook quiz would get ignored on everyone's newsfeed?
The NSA takes a back seat to Justin Bieber's drag-racing arrest, and Ted Cruz rewrites history.
Theresa Payton discusses her book, "Privacy in the Age of Big Data."