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This Pressed: Internet Giants Erect Barriers to Spy Agencies – NYTimes.com


Excerpts from the article: A year after Mr. Snowden’s revelations, the era of quiet cooperation is over. Telecommunications companies say they are denying requests to volunteer data not covered by existing law. A.T.&T., Verizon and others say that compared with a year ago, they are far more reluctant to cooperate with the United States government in “gray areas” where there is no explicit requirement for a legal warrant.”

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InternetGiants Erect Barriers to Spy Agencies – NYTimes.com.

Google servers in Douglas County, Ga. The company is encrypting more data as it moves between servers. Credit Connie Zhou/Google
Robert Litt, of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, bemoaned the new lack of the cooperation. Credit Yuri Gripas/Reuters
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from CBS -_- Intel chief apologizes for ‘erroneous’ answer on NSA data


from CBS -_- Intel chief apologizes for 'erroneous' answer on NSA data

from CBS -_- Intel chief apologizes for ‘erroneous’ answer on NSA data (you wanna find out more….you know what to to!)

Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, in a March 2013 file photo, denied that NSA analysts eavesdrop on Americans’ phone calls without “proper legal authorization.” / GETTY IMAGES