Tech Titans Seek Permission to Detail NSA Requests

June 12 (Bloomberg) -- Google, Facebook and other companies are asking the U.S. government for more leeway in disclosing information about national-security data requests, seeking to reassure customers that authorities don’t have unfettered access to users’ personal details. Cory Johnson reports on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg West." (Source: Bloomberg)
The Week in Smooth Talk: From Athens to Washington
11:03 - Feb. 27 -- It has been a big week in the news. Greece made a deal with Europe. The FCC passed landmark rules over Internet traffic. Congress and the president battled over immigration and the funding of the Department of Homeland Security. A whole lot of fightin' goin on. And it made for some smooth talking from Washington to Athens.
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