Zuckerberg Called Obama To “Express Frustration” Over Spying’s Threat To Internet Security

TechCrunch

Facebook Co-Founder Mark Zuckerberg made a rare posting on his Facebook page to assure his followers that he takes government threats to Internet security seriously.

“I’ve called President Obama to express my frustration over the damage the government is creating for all of our future,” he wrote in the note, most likely in relation to recent revelations that the National Security Agency has been hacking into computers and weakening security standards.

Specifically, Glenn Greenwald of The Intercept published new information from Snowden explaining how the government could pretend to be Facebook to push surveillance malware to users. “In one man-on-the-side technique, codenamed QUANTUMHAND, the agency disguises itself as a fake Facebook server. When a target attempts to log in to the social media site, the NSA transmits malicious data packets that trick the target’s computer into thinking they are being sent from the real Facebook. By concealing its malware within…

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