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Cisco chief urges Obama to curb NSA surveillance activity

19
May
2014

Cisco Systems Incs chief executive officer has written a letter to President Barack Obama urging him to curtail government surveillance after evidence circulated showing the National Security Agency had intercepted Cisco equipment, a company spokesman said on Sunday. In a letter dated May 15, John Chambers, chief executive officer and chairman of the networking equipment giant, warned of an erosion of confidence in the U.S. technology industry and called for new standards of conduct in how the NSA conducts its surveillance.

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