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Google has admitted that they have also passed on European user data to United States intelligence agencies, much in the same way that Microsoft's UK managing director, Gordon Frazer said that they have been compelled to do, when the US government requests it, no matter where the data is hosted around the world. According to Softpedia , Google said that they have been compelled to comply with requests from US intelligence agencies to reveal data stored amongst its European data centers, a move which could well be a violation of European Union data protection laws. Softpedia stated that the main problem lies with the USA PATRIOT ACT, which tells companies that are incorporated in the United States that they have to hand over data which has been administered by their foreign subsidiaries if they are requested to do so.
Posted by Alan McBurney on March 16, 2011 i 72 Votes I recently noticed that the free space on the 60GB OS partiton on my laptop was running very low on space.
<img class="size-full wp-image-10599 alignright" style="margin-left: 15px;" title="What is MDNSResponder.exe is it safe or a virus?" src="http://cdn1.groovypost.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/image8.png" alt="" width="100" height="150" /> You’re probably reading this because you found mDNSResponder.exe running on your computer and you want to know what it is, and why it is there. Fortunately, the process is not a virus and it was developed by Apple so no need to panic.