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Tech Industry: Obama's NSA Reforms 'Insufficient'

Associated Press
None of the announced changes are likely to diminish the potential losses facing the U.S. technology industry, says Daniel Castro.

In China, U.S. Tech Firms Weigh 'Snowden Effect'

Reuters
The ability of U.S. companies to sell abroad has been seriously compromised by the PRISM revelations, says Daniel Castro

Obama Fails to Address NSA Encryption-defeating Methods, Backdoors

Computer World
The U.S. government needs to renounce the introduction of back doors and other vulnerabilities into commercial products, says Daniel Castro.

NSA to No Longer Keep Phone Records Under Obama Plan

Bloomberg
Despite moving in the right direction, Daniel Castro argues the reforms announced missed the mark on the economic concerns brought up by NSA surveillance.

Do Americans Even Care About Obama's NSA Reforms?

January 17, 2014
Daniel Castro discusses the impact of the NSA revelations on societal behavior on NPR’s Marketplace.

Daniel Castro discusses the impact of the NSA revelations on societal behavior on NPR’s Marketplace.

How NSA Surveillance Will Crimp Tech Profits

January 17, 2014
Daniel Castro discusses NSA surveillance reforms on Bloomberg TV’s Street Smart.

Daniel Castro discusses NSA surveillance reforms and their potential impact on the digital economy on Bloomberg TV’s Street Smart.

Business Left Exposed in Obama NSA Reforms

January 17, 2014
Reuters TV interviewed Daniel Castro on the continued impacts of the PRISM revelations for American tech companies.

Reuters TV interviewed Daniel Castro on the continued impacts of the PRISM revelations for American tech companies.

Foreign Firms Flee US Cloud Services

E Commerce Times
Daniel Castro argues substantial reforms to surveillance program are need to restore the public trust.

Five Overlooked Costs of the NSA Surveillance Flap

Christian Science Monitor
Fallout from PRISM could be far-reaching, including billions in lost business for American tech giants.

NSA's Radio Spying Could Backfire

TechNewsWorld
"The question now is, do you trust all the components attached to your computer?" asked Daniel Castro.