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2014 Guide To Medical & Healthy Living

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January 25 2014

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Give Snowden Credit For Surveillance Debate: Google's Schmidt

Former NSA analyst Edward Snowden should be credited for starting a debate about privacy versus security, Google' s Eric Schmidt, told CNBC on Friday. In a wide-ranging "Squawk Box" interview from Davos, Switzerland, the Google executive chairman also insisted that his company knew nothing about the National Security Agency's surveillance activities. He said the agency's actions have cost technology firms "hundreds of millions of dollars in profit" due to opportunities that went to international competitors. He said U.S. spying had become something of a talking point for European technology companies, giving them an opening to lure business from their American counterparts. Snowden , who is living in exile in Russia in the face of U.S. criminal charges for his disclosures about NSA spying, has been alternately hailed as a hero and vilified as a traitor. "When I look at what's happened here, a debate has been started," Schmidt said. "It was a bad policy," Schmidt said.

January 18 2014

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