Google wants to stop the US from spying on computers worldwide

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Google is concerned about a proposed change to a criminal procedure rule that could allow the US government to hack into and spy on computer networks and devices across the globe. The search giant has filed a comment (PDF) opposing the change, as it believes the change would undermine Web users’ rights to privacy and security. A government body known as the Advisory Committee on the Rules of Criminal Procedure is seeking to update Federal Rule of Criminal Procedure 41, which currently prohibits a federal judge from issuing a search warrant outside of the judge’s district, with some exceptions. The…

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