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Days after the latest National Security Agency leak showing the agency had tapped the data centers of Yahoo and Google—allegedly without either company’s knowledge—The New York Times reports that many large tech companies, including Facebook and Twitter, have been spending time and resources bolstering internal networks to protect their consumers’ data. “What began as a public relations predicament for America’s technology companies has evolved into a moral and business crisis that threatens the foundation of their businesses, which rests on consumers and companies trusting them with their digital data,” the report states. ACLU Senior Analyst Christopher Soghoian said some companies are taking steps to ensure “surveillance without their consent is difficult,” but added, “what they can’t do is design services that truly keep the government out because of their ad-supported business model, and they’re not willing to give up that business model.” (Registration may be required to access this story.)
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