AT&T: No NSA Spy Data for You
NSA Spying Hurts Hardware Sales
Anonymous Cops Plea to PayPal Hack
NSA Spied on WoW Gamers
Tech Giants Seek Surveillance Limits
AT&T, under fire for ongoing revelations that it shares and sells customers' communications records to the NSA, says it isn't required to disclose to shareholders what it does with customers' data.
With evidence mounting that NSA spying has damaged the business of some of the largest U.S. tech companies, the question now is how long it will take them to win back the trust of global customers.
They aren’t so anonymous anymore. Thirteen defendants pled guilty in federal court in San Jose to charges related to their involvement in the cyber-attack of PayPal’s Web site as part of the group Anonymous.
If the NSA is right, terrorists are everywhere, even in video games. New documents reveal the agency has been spying on WoW, Second Life, and Xbox Live to find terrorists who are hiding "in plain sight."
Some of the biggest companies in Internet technology have penned an open letter to President Obama and members of Congress, warning that government surveillance is harming public trust in the Internet.