The U.S. government forced the Internet search engine Yahoo! open access to confidential data of the user, threatening daily to penalize the company for 250 thousand dollars. This is stated in the message, posted in Thursday, September 11, in the official blog search engine.
The company published 1,5 thousand pages of documents related to a legal lawsuit against the national security Agency (NSA) of the United States. The Representative Of Yahoo! Ron bell in the comments to the documents explained that the claims of the authorities to search engine appeared in 2007 after the U.S. law was amended, which require Internet companies information about users.
Yahoo! as noted by bell, refused to comply with the requirements of the NSA, arguing that they violate the Constitution, and filed on power in the court to oversee the activities of foreign intelligence services, where after 1.5 years of litigation was defeated. "At one point, the U.S. government threatened to presentation of a fine of 250 thousand dollars a day, if we do not obey," said bell.
The NSA program PRISM demanded Yahoo! to provide metadata about the users of its e-mail, allowing you to track, among whom is the exchange of messages and when. Access to the letters of the secret service, as stated in the company, was not.
In summer 2013, Microsoft, Google, Yahoo!, Facebook and Linked-In went to court for control of external U.S. intelligence after through the activities of Edward Snowden became aware of their cooperation with the NSA under the PRISM program for the surveillance of Internet users. The company was required to allow them to publish detailed statistics on requests from the intelligence services about the data of their users.
In February 2014, thanks to agreements with the U.S. Department of justice IT company published the statistics of requests special services for the first half of 2013.
on 10 September it became known that dozens of major U.S. Internet companies have prepared a letter to congressmen urging them to pass a law protecting the confidentiality of private correspondence.
Users of social media stood up for the ambulance from Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky who do not have time to save the patient due to the fact that they blocked the road car. Doctors have reproached that they have spent a lot of time arguing with the driver. In this, the network has launched a flash mob "It's the medic's fault."
The Moscow city court has temporarily restricted access to pirated copies of TV series "Sherlock", which was leaked before the premiere of the third episode of the fourth season, scheduled on the First channel on the night of January 16th. From that moment, the channel has 15 days to prepare a claim for full blocking pirated content.
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Astronaut Eugene Cernan died on 83-m to year of life in the family circle. Three times he flew into space and became the second American to be published in open space. Most Cernan known for what became the last to walk on the moon astronaut. He landed on the moon twice.
Turkish security forces arrested Abdulkadir Masharipova suspected of committing a terrorist act in the new year night in Istanbul club. The special operation was held on Monday evening, January 16, in the Istanbul district of Esenyurt. Masharipov was hiding in the house of his friend, the native of Kyrgyzstan.
The reduction of nuclear arsenals can only go on a par, sure the first Deputy Chairman of the international Affairs Committee of the state Duma Dmitry Novikov. Commenting on the statement of elected President of the USA of Donald trump, the Deputy recalled that in 1990-ies, while Russia disarmed, NATO has expanded the area of their actions.