Skip to comments.Google details how it hands over data to federal officials
Posted on 06/12/2013 11:29:36 AM PDT by Brad from TennesseeEdited on 06/12/2013 11:30:50 AM PDT by Admin Moderator. [history]
Google on Wednesday pushed harder to downplay its role in a secret national surveillance program, detailing for the first time how it typically hands over data to federal officials.
Surprisingly, the global innovator uses decidedly simple and low-tech methods, including the delivery of information by hand or by transferring files from one computer to another.
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These tech firms have that in common. That and they love social engineering and nudging. They manipulate, so it isn’t a surprise that a government that manipulates is their bud.
A search firm that kept data private or destroyed search histories instantly would do well in this environment. It might be the next Google.
Exactly and I didn’t see your post before posting mine.
There are many on the ‘right’ like McCarthy’s recent article, who are defending this policy as innocuous and ‘for our benefit’. I suspect you’re analysis is spot on and agree.
If our records are public, why not governments? I mean let’s get it all out there. Let’s see Obama’s records and the Clinton’s, too. I mean it’s all ‘nonprivate’, correct?
Bing’s just like Google. Find an anonymous browser if you’re serious.
I didnt see your post before posting mine.
— That’s cuz I precognitively read your thoughts before they reached yur finger tips.. ;-]
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