Every Company Named In NSA Spying Case Has Now Denied Knowledge Of It
Every Company Named In NSA Spying Case Has Now Denied Knowledge Of It
                                       

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Google and Facebook insist they did not know of Prism surveillance program

www.guardian.co.uk
Larry Page and Mark Zuckerberg sharply deny knowledge of Prism until Thursday even as Obama confirms program's existenceAmerica's tech giants continued to deny any knowledge of a giant government surveillance programme called Prism, even as president Barack Obama confirmed the scheme's existence Friday.In a blogpost titled 'What the...?' Google co-founder...
Google and Facebook insist they did not know of Prism surveillance program

Following Google's Lead, Zuckerberg Says Facebook Isn't Giving Govt "Direct Access" Either

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Mark Zuckerberg has just taken to Facebook to personally respond to the accusations that Facebook is involved in PRISM, an alleged secret government program that gives the government access to user information, denying that Facebook has ever given any government “direct access” to its servers. This comes just hours after...
Following Google's Lead, Zuckerberg Says Facebook Isn't Giving Govt "Direct Access" Either

Washington Post Quietly Backtrcks On Claim That Tech Companies Knowingly Gave NSA Data, As Denials Get Stronger

www.techdirt.com
The Next Web is noting that the Washington Post has quietly backtracked on its original claim that tech companies "participated knowingly" in the PRISM spying program. And, at the same time, some of the denials appear to be getting stronger. Google's CEO, Larry Page, posted a blog post with the...
Washington Post Quietly Backtrcks On Claim That Tech Companies Knowingly Gave NSA Data, As Denials Get Stronger

Facebook CEO denies knowledge of NSA's PRISM program

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Mark Zuckerberg said press reports alleging that the social network gave the government access to its servers are "outrageous." [Read more]...
Facebook CEO denies knowledge of NSA's PRISM program
Personal Democracy Forum panelists take on PRISM and NSA snooping
Leaked presidential directive calls for the US to identify potential foreign cyberattack targets

Guardian publishes third secret NSA document, on cyberwar

arstechnica.com
The US National Security Agency is looking for someone with access to their data very, very intensely. The Guardian reporter Glenn Greenwald has published a third top-secret NSA document in less than 48 hours. The 18-page document is a presidential directive regarding "Offensive Cyber Effects Operations," which can "offer unique and unconventional...
Guardian publishes third secret NSA document, on cyberwar

Civil liberties: GCHQ and the American data trough

www.guardian.co.uk
The Guardian's Prism documents raise questions about US-UK intelligence-gathering, including that from British citizens, which should urgently be debated in parliamentGiving evidence to parliament's intelligence and security committee last year, the head of the UK Government Communications Headquarters made a simple statement. "Communications data is extremely helpful to us," he...
Civil liberties: GCHQ and the American data trough

The Best Stories From The Last 7 Years On The Government's Growing Surveillance

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On Wednesday, the Guardian published documents revealing the government has been collecting months' worth of telephone "metadata" on millions of Verizon customers. The Washington Post and the Guardian followed with news that both the National Security Agency and the FBI have been pulling Americans' data from major web companies like Facebook and...
The Best Stories From The Last 7 Years On The Government's Growing Surveillance
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