Privacy

NSA Site’s “Kids Section” a Fresh Embarrassment in Light of Snowden Leaks

January 29, 2014
Daniel Castro joined VOR’s Justin Mitchell to discuss kid-oriented websites and their level of effectiveness in educating people about the nation’s intelligence programs.

Daniel Castro joined VOR’s Justin Mitchell to discuss kid-oriented websites and their level of effectiveness in educating people about the nation’s intelligence programs.

Tech Companies Win Deal to Reveal Requests for User Data

Bloomberg
Daniel Castro argues the accord will provide only limited help to companies seeking to contain the global backlash from the PRISM revelations.

5 Things Obama Failed to Address in the NSA Speech

Mashable
NSA efforts to undermine encryption standards were one of the main controversial issues not addressed in the President’s speech on Friday.

Microsoft's Top Lawyer Was Once Asked To Help Stop a Serial Killer

Business Insider
International laws related to digital data collection and use must be updated to better address 21st Century problems.

Dianne Feinstein Emerges as Defender of Spy Agencies

Los Angeles Times
Daniel Castro argues the PRISM revelations could cost US companies $35 billion over the next three years.

Apple, Google Gear Up to Lobby Congress on NSA Reform

Bloomberg
The president’s remarks on the NSA did not address several key issues that could have major economic implications.

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.
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