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US Web Surveillance Allegations Spark Global Privacy Debatei
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June 11, 2013 11:16 PM
Governments, campaigners and bloggers around the world have been reacting to allegations that U.S. security agencies secretly collected emails and files directly from the servers of companies like Google and Facebook. The claims were made following leaks from a former contractor at the National Security Agency. As Henry Ridgwell reports for VOA from London, the British government has been accused of colluding in the alleged surveillance program

US Web Surveillance Allegations Spark Global Privacy Debate

Published June 11, 2013

Governments, campaigners and bloggers around the world have been reacting to allegations that U.S. security agencies secretly collected emails and files directly from the servers of companies like Google and Facebook. The claims were made following leaks from a former contractor at the National Security Agency. As Henry Ridgwell reports for VOA from London, the British government has been accused of colluding in the alleged surveillance program


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