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Date: 2013-06-07
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Cyber disputes loom large as Obama meets China's Xi
US-USA-CHINA:Cyber disputes loom large as Obama meets China's Xi
By Matt Spetalnick and Steve Holland

SAN JOSE, California (Reuters) - President Barack Obama will complain to Chinese President Xi Jinping at a summit on Friday about alleged Chinese hacking of U.S. secrets, even as the White House faces growing questions at home over American government s...


Austria to quit U.N.'s Golan force over Syria violence
US-SYRIA-CRISIS:Austria to quit U.N.'s Golan force over Syria violence
By Crispian Balmer

BEIRUT (Reuters) - Austria said on Thursday it would pull out of a U.N. force on the Golan Heights after battles between Syrian troops and rebels there, in a blow to a mission that has kept the Israeli-Syrian war front quiet for 40 years.

Israel, an...


U.S. intelligence chief says surveillance targets non-U.S. citizens
US-USA-SECURITY-INTERNET-CLAPPER:U.S. intelligence chief says surveillance targets non-U.S. citizens
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. intelligence chief James Clapper said on Thursday the law that allows American government agencies to collect communications from internet companies only permits the targeting of non-U.S. persons outside the United States.

Responding to articles published by t...


Internet tapping aimed at non-U.S. people outside U.S. : official
US-USA-SECURITY-INTERNET-ADMINISTRATION:Internet tapping aimed at non-U.S. people outside U.S. : official
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Information collected through a U.S. government surveillance program that taps into the servers of internet companies targets only non-U.S. persons living outside the United States, a senior administration official said on Thursday.

The U.S. law that allows the colle...


AT&T sees wireless growth improving in second quarter
US-ATT-FORECAST:AT&T sees wireless growth improving in second quarter
NEW YORK (Reuters) - AT&T Inc <T.N> said on Thursday it expects to report net wireless subscriber additions of about 500,000 for the second quarter, an improvement on its disappointing first quarter.

For the first quarter AT&T added 296,000 net subscribers, including 365,000 new subs...


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