Google pushes White House to separate spying from data collection

04/9/2014 | National Journal

Google is urging the White House not to draw parallels between government surveillance and private companies that collect location and other data in an effort to make sure the public doesn't conflate the two. The White House is conducting a review of the National Security Agency and Big Data practices in tandem. "Companies have very specific relationships with their users, and they tell them what they're doing with their data," said the Internet Association, a tech lobbying group, in a comment to the White House.

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