More links on the NSA Spying Scandal

Yesterday, I posted a bunch of links to get you up to speed on the NSA spying scandal. If you are following this story, you can find links updated on this and other civil liberties-related issues on my delicious feed. Here are the latest batch of links from the past 24 hours.


P.S. – I also post these on Twitter.

Google – Google+ – From +David Drummond, Chief Legal Officer: We cannot say this more clearly

Tech Companies Concede to Surveillance Program –

Under the covers of the NSA’s big data effort — Tech News and Analysis

Tech companies reportedly built ‘secure portals’ for government surveillance in lieu of ‘direct access’ to servers | The Verge

Phone spying and PRISM internet surveillance: what’s the difference? | The Verge

Zuckerberg, Page: NSA Has No ‘Direct Access’ to Facebook or Google Servers | Threat Level |

Prism hurts US Internet freedom rankings: Freedom House to downgrade America’s score.

Google: ‘we cannot say this more clearly,’ no government access to servers | The Verge

Rondam Ramblings: The government is almost certainly recording your phone calls

Google Transparency Report Highlights Just How Much We Don’t Know About National Security Letters | Electronic Frontier Foundation

Europeans call for answers over U.S. web spying allegations — Tech News and Analysis

The Laws That Make It Easy For The Government to Spy On Americans – Arik Hesseldahl – News – AllThingsD

What We Don’t Know About Spying on Citizens: Scarier Than What We Know – Bruce Schneier – The Atlantic

On whistleblowers and government threats of investigation | Glenn Greenwald | Comment is free |

US government invokes special privilege to stop scrutiny of data mining | World news |

What the NSA Spying Scandal Means for You

U.S. NSA Internet spying foiled plot to attack New York subways: sources | Reuters

Obama strives for pragmatic compromises on counterterrorism surveillance – The Washington Post

Reuters Next — Government likely to open criminal probe into NSA leaks: officials

Page and Zuckerberg Denials – Google Drive

Anti-Surveillance Activist Is at Center of New Leak –

Lessons for journos in the NSA revelations : Columbia Journalism Review

Obama orders US to draw up overseas target list for cyber-attacks | World news |

Through a PRISM darkly: Tracking the ongoing NSA surveillance story — Tech News and Analysis

U.S., British intelligence mining data from nine U.S. Internet companies in broad secret program – The Washington Post

Simple math shows why the NSA’s Facebook spying is a fool’s errand – Quartz

How the US Congress lost the plot on secrecy, surveillance and accountability | Marcy Wheeler | Comment is free |

NSA scandal: what data is being monitored and how does it work? | World news |

NSA’s Verizon surveillance: how the White House tramples our constitution | Rand Paul | Comment is free |

Former NSA Chief Was Worried About “Enemy Of The State” Reputation |

Obama’s Civil-Liberties Record Questioned –

The Domestic Surveillance Boom, From Bush to Obama | Mother Jones

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