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Andrew Sullivan Slams Campaign Against Mozilla CEO

April 4, 2014 | 3:37 pm

Andrew Sullivan Slams Campaign Against Mozilla CEO

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Editorials from around the Web on the ouster of Brendan Eich, criticized for a Prop. 8 contribution.

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Mozilla CEO Resigns Over Donation to Prop. 8 Campaign

April 3, 2014 | 4:20 pm

Mozilla CEO Resigns Over Donation to Prop. 8 Campaign

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He took over company, best known for its Firefox browser, only 11 days ago.

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This Week in Tech: Google’s Surveillance Challenge, Privacy Worries and Instagram Videos

June 21, 2013 | 9:41 am

This Week in Tech: Google’s Surveillance Challenge, Privacy Worries and Instagram Videos

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Google on Surveillance Earlier this week, Google cited its right under the First Amendment to disclose more details to the public about its role in the U.S. government’s surveillance programs. In a document filed with the secret U.S. Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, the company said it needed to reveal more because “Google’s reputation and business […]

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This Week in Tech: From Google Gobbling, #Hashtag-Following and Ride Cost-Sharing to the NSA

June 14, 2013 | 12:52 pm

This Week in Tech: From Google Gobbling, #Hashtag-Following and Ride Cost-Sharing to the NSA

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Waze App/Waze.com It was a busy week for Bay Area tech companies, big and small. Here are a few of the headliner developments. Google-Waze On Tuesday, Google announced it had bought the social traffic and navigation app Waze, reportedly for $1.3 billion, which seems to be the market range for acquiring the flashiest startups these […]

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Bay Area Web Companies Unite Against Government’s ‘Stunning Abuse of Basic Rights’

June 12, 2013 | 4:49 pm

Bay Area Web Companies Unite Against Government’s ‘Stunning Abuse of Basic Rights’

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In the wake of revelations about the National Security Agency indiscriminately collecting data related to U.S. citizens’ phone calls, as well as information about the Internet activity of foreign citizens, a consortium of tech companies and privacy watchdog groups is calling on Congress to put a stop to the programs. The group, called Stop Watching […]

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