Private eyes, they're watching you

Mark Zuckerberg has made an announcement on privacy, and SURPRISE: it doesn't involve setting your default postings to "public." "To keep the internet strong, we need to keep it secure," Zuckerburg writes. "This is why I've been so confused and frustrated by the repeated reports of the behavior of the US government. When our engineers work tirelessly to improve security, we imagine we're protecting you against criminals, not our own government." Jonathan Blow scoffs, "Breaking news: CEO, whose entire business is selling your personal details, is worried about spying." Glenn Greenwald also skewers it perfectly: "Silicon Valley execs: we're really upset at what NSA has been doing (now that everyone else knows!)" But Gizmodo's Adam Clark Estes noticed something else: "Must say, Zuckerberg mentioning the time he called Obama to complain about the internet is a hell of a #humblebrag."
 
A popular article from yesterday still trending today reveals Target missed alarms in epic hack of credit card data. CNBC's Carl Quintanilla further elaborated, "FireEye detected Target's malware 'beautifully' .. but the retailer didn't react."
Benjamin Pauker with Foreign Policy Magazine declared, "This is why I only pay in cash at Target. Great reporting by @rileybloomberg and co."

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