Google security experts support federal ruling against NSA’s metadata collection in Reddit AMA

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Reddit may be looking to turn its AMAs into a video series, but the good-old text versions can still yield a lot of information. Two Google executives took to the platform today, answering questions about Google’s approach to cybersecurity in light of the recent federal rulings against the NSA’s bulk collection of telephone metadata. Richard Salgado is Google’s director for law enforcement and information security, while David Lieber is Google’s senior privacy policy counsel. Section 215 of the PATRIOT Act, the legal recourse the NSA used to justify its metadata surveillance, is set to expire on June 1, so the…

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