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What tech companies want from Obama's NSA proposal

Jan 16, 2014
How tech companies want President Obama to restrict the NSA’s data collection and spying.
Posted In: Barack Obama, nsa, Silicon Valley, technology

The NSA has new ways to see inside your computer

Jan 15, 2014
The National Security Agency has been able to access computers that are not connected to the internet for at least five years.
Posted In: nsa, David Sanger

Why does the NSA spy?

Jan 15, 2014
The National Security Agency says it never shares intelligence with US businesses. Or does it?
Posted In: nsa, spying, surveillance

Do Americans even care about Obama's NSA reforms?

Jan 3, 2014
There's evidence that revelations of National Security Agency data-collecting has changed online behavior of Americans in minor ways.
Posted In: nsa, Google

The Edward Snowden effect: Tech in 2014

Jan 2, 2014
Our technology reporter Queena Kim looks at how the tech industry will respond to the news about NSA surveillance.
Posted In: nsa, Edward Snowden

RSA and the NSA: Who is telling the truth?

Dec 24, 2013
The latest revelation about government surveillance is that the National Security Agency had a partner in building weakness into security standards: a firm that is supposed to be strengthening them.
Posted In: cybersecurity, nsa, NSA leaks

Obama to meet with tech execs about NSA spying

Dec 17, 2013
President Obama is meeting with tech industry leaders this morning. One of the big issues on the table is the National Security Agency’s big surveillance program.
Posted In: NSA leaks, nsa, Google, Facebook

NSA phone data mining is likely unconstitutional

Dec 16, 2013
A federal judge ruled against domestic phone data-mining.
Posted In: nsa, spying, surveillance

The NSA’s virtual spies in 'World of Warcraft' -- on a fool’s mission?

Dec 10, 2013
Virtual worlds already have “bad guys” -- and company spies.
Posted In: nsa, NSA leaks, World of Warcraft

Major tech companies want government to ease up on the spying

Dec 9, 2013
Eight major tech companies have rallied against the NSA’s spying efforts in an openly published letter.
Posted In: nsa, spying, government, Tech

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