Four Big Questions About NSA Spying, Prism, and Tech Dragnets

Reports of Prism, the National Security Agency’s program to gain perpetual access to all the information running through the servers of major Silicon Valley companies, are enough to give anyone a jolt. And considering what we know about the NSA, it seems plausible that it’s spying on us. But there are some things about Prism that don’t quite add up:Are the companies lying?Apple, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, and Yahoo! have all said the government does not have access to their servers. This, from Google:

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