For over two weeks now, Google has aggressively asked the federal government to allow them to publish the exact numbers of data requests they’re getting from the National Security Agency (NSA). Even after the exposing of the NSA PRISM program and other previously classified information, the federal government will not cave into the pressure. Google recently
Russian President Vladimir Putin stated publicly on Tuesday, June 25, 2013 that Edward Snowden was indeed present in Russia but that Russia would not be arresting him, nor would they detain him for extradition as per request of the United States.
South Korea has reported that many of their official government websites have been hit by powerful cyber-attacks that also coincide with the 63rd anniversary of the Korean War.