Does Google Have The Right To Battle NSA Over Customer Rights
April 9, 2013 - Marketing
Google Vs. NSA[custom_frame_left] [/custom_frame_left] Google is a giant compared to most companies; they have more money and resources than just about company does. That does not concern most people. What concerns the United States government, and in particular, the National Security Agency (NSA) is the amount of information Google has and what could be done with the applications that they make open to the public. That concerns everyone. Here are a few of the things about which the NSA and Google are concerned: [custom_list style=”list-1″]
- Google Earth is a mapping system with images taken from satellite orbit. It is one of Google’s most popular applications.
- Google servers could (and probably do) hold key information hidden in communications between terrorists
- According to Google, which releases revealing reports of the requests regularly, the NSA goes overboard in its demand for information in NSLs, or National Security Letters.