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Google To Users: We're Not Part Of PRISM & Government Needs More Transparency

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Google gave the press statements yesterday denying it was involved with the NSA’s PRISM data gathering program. Today, it’s making that statement more strongly and taking it directly to its users, through a blog post. US Government Has No Direct Access To Google Writing today, Google... Please visit Marketing Land...
Google To Users: We're Not Part Of PRISM & Government Needs More Transparency

EU wants clarity from US on PRISM spying program

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Over the past week, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper has insisted that the organization’s PRISM data collection program is only being used to target the communications of non-US citizens outside the country. That’s not very comforting for non-US citizens outside the country. So it should come as no...
EU wants clarity from US on PRISM spying program

Did Tech Companies Have Digital Checkout & Delivery System For Their Data Libraries?

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Tech companies named in reports to be part of the NSA “PRISM” data gathering program have strongly denied participating in programs giving “direct access” to their servers. But the New York Times is now reporting this may be because they provided indirect ways for the system... Please visit Marketing Land...
Did Tech Companies Have Digital Checkout & Delivery System For Their Data Libraries?

If PRISM doesn't freak you out about cloud computing, maybe it should, says privacy expert

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The PRISM data collection controversy should give businesses pause about adopting cloud computing, a data privacy expert told the U.K.’s House of Commons on Friday. During a debate, Caspar Bowden, said that the U.K. is “extremely exposed” because of the government’s close ties with the U.S. National Security Agency, according...
If PRISM doesn't freak you out about cloud computing, maybe it should, says privacy expert
Tech companies reportedly built 'secure portals' for government surveillance in lieu of 'direct access' to servers

This week in cloud: Office 365 goes down and Microsoft stocks up Azure store

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There was quite a bit of action in several cloud-based servcies this week. The good news: Microsoft launched Office 365 Home Premium edition on Tuesday. The bad news is that Office 365 went down Friday for many users. And, Twitter, which many (guilty here) view as a valuable productivity and communications tool, also...
This week in cloud: Office 365 goes down and Microsoft stocks up Azure store
Director of National Intelligence issues fact sheet on PRISM in response to leaks

Intelligence Program Gives US Government Direct Access to Customer Data on Apple Servers

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The Guardian and The Washington Post newspapers are reporting on a top secret intelligence program that gives the U.S. National Security Agency direct access to user data on corporate servers across a wide spectrum of Internet companies including Microsoft, Yahoo, Google, Facebook, PalTalk, AOL, Skype, YouTube, and Apple. Apple reportedly...
Intelligence Program Gives US Government Direct Access to Customer Data on Apple Servers

Apple reportedly last company to join US government's PRISM data mining program

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As more information regarding a secret Internet data mining initiative comes to light, one report reveals Apple staved off advances from both the NSA and FBI until six months after cofounder Steve Jobs died, though the company claims not to have even heard of the program.    ...
Apple reportedly last company to join US government's PRISM data mining program

Doublespeak Denials Of PRISM Participation Were Careful Lies

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“Direct Access” didn’t mean no access. “Back door” didn’t mean no door. “Only in accordance with the law” didn’t mean PRISM is illegal. And you didn’t need to have heard of a codename to have participated. You didn’t spell your denials of the NSA’s data spying program in plain english,...
Doublespeak Denials Of PRISM Participation Were Careful Lies

Facebook, Apple, Microsoft, Skype & Yahoo Hit With Prism Data Protection Complaints In Europe

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The European data protection activists behind the Europe v Facebook (evf) campaign group, that has long been a thorn in Facebook’s side in Europe, have filed new complaints under regional data protection law targeting Facebook, Apple, Microsoft, Skype and Yahoo for their alleged collaboration with the NSA’s Prism data collection program. The student...
Facebook, Apple, Microsoft, Skype & Yahoo Hit With Prism Data Protection Complaints In Europe
PRISM data collection happens without tech companies' knowledge, says Washington Post
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