The leaders in the technology community have joined forces against the NSA and their spying tactics. Recent news leaked from former NSA contractor Edward Snowden explains how the US is spying on it's citizens. The NSA is monitoring literally millions of phone calls, text messages and emails daily.
Eight of technology's biggest companies united today to push for reform on government surveillance polices. Google, Facebook, AOL, Apple, LinkedIn, Microsoft, Twitter and Yahoo together released ReformGovernmentSuviellance.com. A website they are using to layout the principles they're asking for. The site also features an open letter to the president and congress asking for the US to essentially do the right thing. The alliance of companies bequests the US government to be the world leaders in surveillance reform.
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