Microsoft Denies Skype-Spying Allegations

ReadWrite: Microsoft denied that it provides the U.S. government (or any other) with "blanket or direct access to SkyDrive,, Skype, or any Microsoft product." The company issued its statement in response to a Guardian report yesterday that alleged Skype has been funneling user data into the NSA's alleged PRISM surveillance program since 2011.

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In2iti0n2942d ago

Microsoft goes further down on my list of favorite companies. Oh, wait, it's already at the bottom.

Nucky2942d ago

Shouldn't Samsung be at the bottom of your list? I mean, having that avatar has to mean something, right?

AtomicGerbil2942d ago

Very difficult to believe you I'm afraid.

Reborn2942d ago

Well, surely you didn't expect them to say.. "yes, yes we do".

In2iti0n2942d ago

I like that. That's funny.
Nobody expected them to say "yes, yes we do". They could just ignore the accusations, and move on.

Reborn2942d ago

They could, but then they would look like they did. Either way, no matter what they say.. many people will only believe that they did.

Bryan5742939d ago

according to reports Microsoft was the first to get in bed with the NSA.... Microsoft thanks you for buying a Kinect.