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SAN FRANCISCO, Nov 6- A pair of Google Inc employees involved with the internet company's security systems have publicly lashed out at the National Security Agency, with one of the employees accusing the organization of subverting the law by intercepting communications on cables linking Google's various data centers.
As undersecretary of the Treasury for international affairs since 2010, Brainard has played a key role in pushing China toward a flexible currency and pressing Europe to tackle its debt crisis more aggressively. The Washington Post and the Wall Street Journal have reported that Brainard is under consideration to fill a vacancy at the Fed.
WASHINGTON, Nov 4- Lael Brainard, a top economic diplomat at the U.S. The Washington Post and the Wall Street Journal have reported that Brainard has been under consideration to fill a vacancy at the Federal Reserve.
Nov 4- Google Inc Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt said widespread U.S. government spying on its data centers would be outrageous and potentially illegal if true, the Wall Street Journal reported. Schmidt told the newspaper in Hong Kong that Google had registered complaints with the National Security Agency, President Barack Obama and Congress members.
WASHINGTON, Nov 3- Republican Senator Kelly Ayotte wants to press "pause" on rolling out the U.S. healthcare reform law as anxiety grows about troubles with the federal website for buying insurance and possibly low numbers of people signing up for coverage. "I'm calling on the president now to say,' Let's have a time-out on this.' Mr.
The union representing German journalists advised its members on Thursday to stop using Google and Yahoo because of reported snooping by U.S. and British intelligence.
FRANKFURT, Oct 31- The union representing German journalists advised its members on Thursday to stop using Google and Yahoo because of reported snooping by U.S. and British intelligence.
WASHINGTON, Oct 30- The political uproar over alleged U.S. eavesdropping on close European allies has produced an unusual defense from the National Security Agency: NSA says it was the Europeans themselves who did the spying, and then handed data to the Americans.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct 30- The National Security Agency has tapped directly into communications links used by Google and Yahoo to move huge amounts of email and other user information among overseas data centers, the Washington Post reported on Wednesday.
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