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  1. The NSA Has a Hush-Hush Google-Like Search Engine

    The United States National Security Agency (NSA) has its own homegrown search engine that it offers to similarly minded U.S.intelligence outfits. The highest priority of the Intelligence Community is to work within the constraints of law to collect...

  2. 6 Things We Learned From Marissa Mayer and Mark Zuckerberg at TechCrunch Disrupt 2013

    PRISM is a mass electronic data-mining program run by NSA (National Security Agency) since 2007. After being here for three days, you could definitely feel the energy spike (and security too) as two influential speakers were set to appear.

  3. Google NSA Relationship Secrecy Continues Despite Courts Efforts

    The Federal Appeals Court has upheld the National Security Agency's decision not to release information confirming or denying if they have a relationship with Google. Wired reported that Judge Janice Rogers Brown, in a 3-0 opinion, sided with the...

  4. Google+: Apps Support, Sergey Brin's Addiction, Real Names and Identity Provider Accreditation

    An October 14th White House blog post reveals that Google has “recently” had their credentialing solutions certified to meet federal security and privacy requirements. Even so, they may have a more difficult time convincing users that Google+ is...

  5. Real Names: Google+, Government & The Identity Ecosystem

    The authors make it sound like a veritable cornucopia of security and ease, why wouldn’t you want to use it? The Federal Government will enable the private sector and will lead by example through the early adoption and provision of Identity...

  6. Swedish Bombing Information: Email Warning, Twitter Response

    One person died and two were injured when two bombs exploded in Stockholm Sweden yesterday just minutes after the national news agency TT and Swedish security service Säpo received an email containing an audio attachment criticizing "anti-Islamic...

  7. Consumer Watchdog Believes Google 'WiSpy' Potentially Logged Homeland Security Data

    Also, back in February, the National Security Agency had teamed up with the Mountain View-based company to fight cyber attacks, sparking Internet users' fears that the alliance would give the government open access to private data.

  8. Blogs, Boards, and Posts: Capturing Consumer Buzz Online

    Rubel told the story of how the Kryptonite bike lock was rendered useless last September 12 when a brief post by bike enthusiast and network security consultant Chris Brennan to Bike Forums revealed the expensive lock could be popped open with a...

  9. Blogs, Boards, and Posts: Capturing Consumer Buzz Online

    Rubel told the story of how the Kryptonite bike lock was rendered useless last September 12 when a brief post by bike enthusiast and network security consultant Chris Brennan to Bike Forums revealed the expensive lock could be popped open with a...

  10. Google And The Big Brother Nomination

    Brandt points out in his nomination that one of Google's engineers used to work for the US National Security Agency, a sign to him that the company is somehow tied into the US federal government. She's a cyberspace lawyer, with an expertise on...

  11. Vanishing Act: The U.S. Government's Disappearing Data

    Government-sponsored (which is to say, taxpayer-funded) information and research is disappearing from government web sites, much of it in the name of national security. An entire database of unclassified technical reports was removed from the Los...