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After Report on Yahoo, Tech Firms Deny Scanning Emails for U.S. Government

Big technology companies, including Google, Microsoft Corp., Twitter Inc. and Facebook Inc. denied scanning incoming user emails on behalf of the U.S. government, following a report that Yahoo Inc. had built such a system.
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