A Year After Snowden, Tech CEOs Urge Surveillance Reform

, Corporate Counsel

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The leaders of major technology companies marked the one-year anniversary of former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden's leaks with a plea to reform government surveillance.

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  • Patrick McClung

    Truly, I hope that everyone understands that what is being said here by these company representatives is merely self-serving damage control. No company, after last years‘s revelations, can find or construct a constituent group large or powerful enough to sustain credibility as regards any corporate utterance on security matters.

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