Google asks NSA for help in cyber-sleuthing
The Washington Post has an interesting story today about Google and the NSA secretly starting to work together to figure out who targeted the search engine giant in cyberattacks last month that originated from China.
If you read the comments, you'll get a taste of the skepticism that some feel about Google -- the world's largest search engine and catalogue of Web user activity -- getting in bed with the U.S.'s top electronic surveillance agency. Are the concerns justified?
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