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The Corporate Whistleblower Center is urging hospital insiders with proof of substantial fraud involving hospitals who are fraudulently billing Medicare for needless inpatient care to contact
Microsoft and Google are threatening to sue the US government after failing to convince the Justice Department to reveal more information about official requests for user data collected under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act.
A new report from Facebook lists, for the first time, which countries have asked for user data and how many accounts were involved. The US tops this list, making by far the most requests for user data.
Twitter released its semiannual transparency report yesterday and revealed that the US government is responsible for 78 percent of all the requests for data the micro-blogging site receives.
CloudBolt Software's C2 plays critical role in Dell’s cloud offering to the US government. Rockville, MD (PRWEB) June 19, 2013 CloudBolt Software,
Following the lead of Apple, Facebook and Microsoft, Yahoo's Marissa Mayer yesterday announced the number of surveillance requests the Internet search company has received from the US government as a part of the NSA’s PRISM program.
In less than six months Apple received between four and five thousand requests from the US government about customer data as a part of PRISM.
On Friday night, Microsoft and Facebook independently announced that the US government had somewhat relaxed their nondisclosure agreements, allowing them to reveal they had thousands of requests from authorities for user data affecting tens of thousands of individuals.
A Just Cause and Friends of Justice argue that financial analysis shows the federal case resulting in imprisonment of executives of IRP Solutions in Colorado was about debt. Denver,
According to a British newspaper, the US government has been secretly collecting the phone records of millions of Verizon customers since April 25.
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