Post Profile






Yahoo case brings back the Edward Snowden effect

Tech companies rush to dispel fears they let governments look at consumer data without a fight.        
read more

share
See more about: Edward Snowden

Related Posts


Tech Companies Paid Millions by U.S. to Cover Surveillance Costs

Technology / Social Media : SocialTimes.com

New documents from Edward Snowden’s cache reveals that the U.S. government paid tech companies, such as Google, Yahoo!, Facebook and Microsoft, millions of dollars to keep their operations compliant in the wake of a federal court ru...

Snowden: Glad Tech Companies Are Disclosing Data

Technology / Technology Industry News : Digits

National Security Administration leaker Edward Snowden said Monday he was happy the articles about U.S. government surveillance are forcing Internet companies to make more data disclosures.

Snowden Left Hong Kong Fearing Jail Without His Computer

US Politics / Liberal : Alan Colmes' Liberaland

Edward Snowden says the Hong Kong government asked him to leave. Edward Snowden fled Hong Kong for Russia after fearing that he could be jailed without his computer if he was detained at the request of the U.S. government, his lawye...

Grand Jury Probes Firm That Cleared Snowden

Technology : Tech - WSJ.com

A federal grand jury is investigating whether the company that conducted the last security background check on National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden improperly rushed cases without proper review, according to people involve...

Snowden is right, rushing through anti-Internet laws is something no honest government should do

Technology : Pando Daily

Edward Snowden is furious. In an interview with the Guardian, he says it “defied belief” that the UK government has rushed through an Internet surveillance bill which regulates how UK-based Internet companies must retain data, and h...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC