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  1. Mark Zuckerberg Confronts Obama Over NSA Allegations

    The Facebook CEO updated his status to reveal that he had spoken to President Obama to “express his frustration” over the NSA’s alleged shady practices. A recent report – which the NSA rejects – suggests that the spy agency posed as Facebook in order to install malware on users’ devices. Zuckerberg says that following his discussion with the president he is convinced that true reform will be a long time coming. He quipped that Facebook’s security engineers have always assumed they were protecting users from criminals, not from their own government. Sounds like the president has just been de-friended.  

    Source: LA Times

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