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Google and other tech companies deny PRISM surveillance claims, NSA says claims 'inaccurate' and not used domestically

Google and Apple Outright Deny They're Helping the NSA Mine Data

allthingsd.com
A seemingly incompatible perspective on the reports from the Washington Post and the Guardian today that the U.S. National Security Agency has for six years been operating a project called PRISM — for which Internet companies provide massive amounts of online user data crucial to intelligence operations — is that of...
Google and Apple Outright Deny They're Helping the NSA Mine Data

FBI reportedly pressing for backdoor access to Facebook, Google

www.engadget.com
Investigators at the FBI supposedly aren't happy that social networks like Facebook or Google+ don't have the same kind of facility for wiretaps that phones have had for decades. If claimed industry contacts for CNET are right, senior staff at the bureau have floated a proposed amendment to the...
FBI reportedly pressing for backdoor access to Facebook, Google
Facebook & Google on PRISM: 'It wasn't me'

Leak implicates Microsoft, Google and others in NSA snooping -- but they deny it

www.geekwire.com
A classified training document, reported Thursday by the Washington Post and the Guardian, says a secret U.S. government program called PRISM has been accessing the servers of Microsoft, Google, Apple, Facebook and other tech giants for years to collect data including customer emails, audio and other documents as part...
Leak implicates Microsoft, Google and others in NSA snooping -- but they deny it

NSA has direct access to tech giants' systems for user data, secret files reveal

www.guardian.co.uk
Secret PRISM program gives intelligence agency access to web and email of Google, Facebook and Apple customersThe National Security Agency has obtained direct access to the systems of Google, Facebook, Apple and other US internet giants, according to a top secret document obtained by the Guardian.The NSA access is part...
NSA has direct access to tech giants' systems for user data, secret files reveal

Google Says The Government Does Not Have A 'Back Door' For Spying

www.businessinsider.com
Internet giants say they don't know about a secret government spying program called PRISM that let's the NSA and FBI sift through e-mails, photos, documents and online communications. Word of the program was reported by both The Washington Post and the Guardian after both publications saw a leaked presentation about...
Google Says The Government Does Not Have A 'Back Door' For Spying
The NSA's PRISM surveillance: how Apple, Google, Microsoft, Facebook, and others are responding

Google, Facebook And Apple Deny Participation In NSA PRISM Surveillance Program

techcrunch.com
The Washington Post today reported that Google, Apple, Facebook, Dropbox, Microsoft, Paltalk, AOL (TechCrunch’s parent company) and Yahoo participated in the so-called PRISM program which provided the NSA with what looks like virtually direct access to their servers and their users’ data. We have now reached out to all of...
Google, Facebook And Apple Deny Participation In NSA PRISM Surveillance Program

Report: NSA Collects Data Directly From Servers Of Google, Apple, Microsoft, Facebook And More

techcrunch.com
The Washington Post is reporting a top-secret National Security Administration data-mining program that taps directly into the Google, Facebook, Microsoft and YouTube servers. ”The National Security Agency and the FBI are tapping directly into the central servers of nine leading U.S. Internet companies, extracting audio, video, photographs, e-mails, documents and connection...
Report: NSA Collects Data Directly From Servers Of Google, Apple, Microsoft, Facebook And More
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