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Christian Science Monitor
Fallout from PRISM could be far-reaching, including billions in lost business for American tech giants.
Toronto Star
U.S. industry stands to lose billions as companies spooked by security leaks seek to store personal data outside U.S.
Wall Street Journal
The Canadian government is utilizing the PRISM revelations to enhance efforts to entice Silicon Valley giants to build facilities in Canada.
Bloomberg
From an economic perspective, the argument that rapid technological development is destroying jobs and slowing employment growth is simply not accurate, says Rob Atkinson.
USA Today
New poll indicates that 25% of Canadian and UK businesses are taking steps to move data storage out of the U.S.

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