Yesterday, I posted a bunch of links to get you up to speed on the NSA spying scandal. If you are following this story, you can find links updated on this and other civil liberties-related issues on my delicious feed. Here are the latest batch of links from the past 24 hours.
P.S. – I also post these on Twitter.
Google - Google+ - From +David Drummond, Chief Legal Officer: We cannot say this more clearly
Tech Companies Concede to Surveillance Program - NYTimes.com
Under the covers of the NSA’s big data effort — Tech News and Analysis
Tech companies reportedly built 'secure portals' for government surveillance in lieu of 'direct access' to servers | The Verge
Phone spying and PRISM internet surveillance: what's the difference? | The Verge
Zuckerberg, Page: NSA Has No 'Direct Access' ...
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