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Snowden affair is chance for truce in cyber war: U.N.

GENEVA (Reuters) - Edward Snowden's revelations about U.S. Internet surveillance have created a chance for countries to call a halt to a cyber war, a senior U.N. official said on Monday.Full story

France, Spain take action against Google on privacy

PARIS/MADRID (Reuters) - France and Spain led a Europe-wide push on Thursday to get U.S. Internet giant Google to change its policies on collecting user data. Full story

Germans accuse U.S. of Stasi tactics before Obama visit

BERLIN (Reuters) - German outrage over a U.S. Internet spying program has broken out ahead of a visit by Barack Obama, with ministers demanding the president provide a full explanation when he lands in Berlin next week and one official likening the tactics to those of the East German Stasi. Full story

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  NSA extracting emails, pictures, audio from Internet firms

Top Talkers: The NSA and FBI are tapping into top U.S. Internet firms for data, including video chats and photographs, the Washington Post's Barton Gellman and Laura Poitras report. Former senior advisor for the McCain–Palin campaign Nicolle Wallace, economic analyst Steve Rattner and the Woodrow Wi

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