Since Edward Snowden revealed the tip of the enormous iceberg of NSA surveillance on both the American people and governments throughout the world, the American public made has little effort to prevent future surveillance.
The Editorial Board is disappointed that Stanford IT Services is seemingly disinterested in ensuring respectful business practices by its official partners, and the Board calls upon Stanford to clean up this poorly implemented migration process.
On Tuesday, Google fixed its eyes on breaking into the social networking scene with its newest feature: Buzz, which the company bills as “a new way to start conversations” in Gmail by sharing status updates, photos, videos and content from other Web sites like Twitter and Flickr.
When Tenzin Seldon ‘12 logged into her Gmail account from New York over winter break, she had no idea that someone else was also logged into her account — from China. Nor did she know that she had become part of Google’s investigation into a suspected widespread cyber-attack program potentially centralized across the Pacific.