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U.s. Surveillance Backlash Could Cost Tech Companies More Than $35 Billion By 2016

Edward Snowden, Fort Greene Park

A bust of the former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden which was snuck overnight into Brooklyns Fort Greene Park.

Credit: Aymann Ismail/ANIMALNewYork/Associated Press

The U.S. government's widespread data surveillance practices are likely to cost U.S. cloud computing and other technology companies more money than originally expected, a technology industry-funded think tank reported Tuesday.

From The Wall Street Journal
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