Microsoft + Google vs. U.S.

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    Microsoft + Google vs. U.S.

    Post by Zez on August 31st 2013, 1:03 am

    Microshaft and Gügle sue the government due to their opaqueness regarding user data, and other intelligence collection.

    Microsoft general counsel Brad Smith wrote:"To followers of technology issues, there are many days when Microsoft and Google stand apart. But today our two companies stand together."
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    Re: Microsoft + Google vs. U.S.

    Post by Guest on August 31st 2013, 1:17 am

    Why not hit the middle ground of translucent?
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    Re: Microsoft + Google vs. U.S.

    Post by Hushimo HD on August 31st 2013, 2:55 pm

    Because that would imply they are made of glass...duh.
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    Re: Microsoft + Google vs. U.S.

    Post by Yioibon on August 31st 2013, 4:26 pm

    Re: Microsoft + Google vs. U.S.

    Post by Daniel the Hedgehog on September 2nd 2013, 12:08 pm

    The point of spying is for people not to know you're doing it. However, I still say the NSA has gone out of bounds, and I have to wonder if our President is actually paying attention to what's going on beneath him.
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    Re: Microsoft + Google vs. U.S.

    Post by Zez on September 26th 2013, 7:50 am

    Yioibon wrote:
    No one ever claimed impunity from hypocrisy.
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    Re: Microsoft + Google vs. U.S.

    Post by Moebiuseu on September 26th 2013, 9:15 am

    Daniel the Hedgehog wrote:The point of spying is for people not to know you're doing it. However, I still say the NSA has gone out of bounds, and I have to wonder if our President is actually paying attention to what's going on beneath him.
    I thought we are all supposed to be under the impression that the president makes no errors and whatever they say is absolute truth.
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