Britain’s The Guardian newspaper has shone more light on the XKeyscore scheme used by the NSA and its partners to search through vast amounts of data and flag up anomalies.
The Washington Post’s delay in responding to complaints about a piece that one of its columnists wrote is just another sign of how out of touch many media outlets are when it comes to correcting their mistakes.
The fact that it is more difficult than ever to decide who qualifies as a “journalist” may make for a confusing media landscape, and it may trouble some professional journalists and media outlets, but in the long run we are better off.
Just when you thought it was safe to make a phone call, the NSA spy scandal story broke. The concept is simple: the NSA was culling through communication records to discover the bad guys for the greater good. Here, public cloud providers have to be concerned about a few key issues