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jlister
5 weeks ago

Has all of the news about the NSA spying on pretty much everyone and intercepting much of the electronic communication in the US slowed cloud adoption? I...

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MGaluzzi
10 weeks ago

In response to an EFF lawsuit and subsequent requests for specific data, the NSA says that it can’t stop deleted the data it is wanted in the court case...

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ehtan
16 weeks ago

I think it’s fair to say most of us understand a lot more about just how pervasive US government monitoring is in light of the Snowden revelations. I also...

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