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Technology giants struggle to maintain credibility over NSA Prism surveillance

www.guardian.co.uk
New Strongly-worded denials issued by Apple, Facebook and Google about their co-operation are followed by further revelationsTechnology giants battled to maintain their credibility on privacy issues over the weekend as further details emerged of their co-operation with US spy agencies.Apple, Facebook and Google issued strongly-worded denials that they had knowingly participated...
Technology giants struggle to maintain credibility over NSA Prism surveillance

PRISM Whistleblower Edward Snowden reveals himself, reasons for leaking surveillance program

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New Hot on the heels of the leaks and info about the NSA's surveillance program, PRISM, Edward Snowden has revealed himself as the whistleblower. He's employed by defense contractor, Booz Allen Hamilton, and also worked as an NSA "techinical assistant." He's explained to The Guardian that his reasons for disclosing...
PRISM Whistleblower Edward Snowden reveals himself, reasons for leaking surveillance program

NSA Prism surveillance scandal downplayed by UK government

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William Hague denies GCHQ tried to bypass privacy laws, as classified papers show Britain had access to Prism since 2010The British and American governments have attempted to turn the debate over secret surveillance after the Guardian's revelations of a covert US program which appeared to garner and analyse emails and...
NSA Prism surveillance scandal downplayed by UK government

Open Door: The readers' editor on... clarifying the Guardian's view on pornography

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An old cutting misrepresenting an issue can be largely ignored but online text expressing a skewed view is another matterIt can happen to the best. A journalist writes an editorial purporting to give the newspaper's view on a particular subject. A few hours later, after mature reflection, the editor and...
Open Door: The readers' editor on... clarifying the Guardian's view on pornography

What Cloud Security Can Learn From The NBA

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Guest author Rand Wacker is VP of Products for CloudPassage. It is no coincidence that sports analogies are boardroom favorites. Sports metaphors can offer a great way for people to engage with business or technology. Right now, as sports fan obsess over the NBA Finals, seems like a great...
What Cloud Security Can Learn From The NBA

U.S. and China agree to limit HFC greenhouse gases, setting global warming back by two years

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On Saturday, President Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping made a public pledge to scale back production of HFCs (Hydrochlorofluorocarbons), especially potent greenhouse gases used in refrigerators, air conditioners and insulating foam. According to the White House, the proposed phasedown would have an effect equivalent to removing 90 gigatons...
U.S. and China agree to limit HFC greenhouse gases, setting global warming back by two years

Iain Banks dies aged 59

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Scottish novelist known for The Wasp Factory and The Crow Road who communicated with his readers via the internetThe writer Iain Banks, who has died aged 59, had already prepared his many admirers for his death. On 3 April he announced on his website that he had inoperable gall bladder...
Iain Banks dies aged 59

Iterations: Getting To Series A Is Not Sexy, It's Really Hard Work

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Editor’s Note: Semil Shah is a contributor to TechCrunch. As a disclosure, please note he has been friends with the founders Scripted (see below) for over five years and is an official advisor to the company: You can follow him on Twitter at @semil. If you keep up with all...
Iterations: Getting To Series A Is Not Sexy, It's Really Hard Work

Iain Banks, author of the Culture novels, has died at 59

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Scottish writer Iain Banks, known both for his seminal Culture series and his work in more traditional literary fiction, has died at age 59, the BBC reports. In an open letter, Banks revealed in April that he had advanced gall bladder cancer, saying he did not expect to live...
Iain Banks, author of the Culture novels, has died at 59

US assisting Middle Eastern allies against cyber threats from Iran

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Computer software and training being provided to pro-Washington countries in the Persian Gulf, according to reportThe US is assisting Middle East allies in building up cyber defences to counter growing attacks from Iran, it was reported on Sunday.The New York Times, citing senior American officials, said computer software, hardware and...
US assisting Middle Eastern allies against cyber threats from Iran
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