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Published 19 March 2012

Google’s privacy-undermining moves raise questions about “don’t be evil” motto | States join in on scrutiny of Google | Microsoft blames security info-sharing program for attack code leak |Sudan uses Iranian UAVs in war with Sudanese rebels |FCC wants 2-way radios on tighter bandwidth | Alabama counties’ highly regarded emergency radio system faces crucial transition 1 April | Joplin’s tornado lessons help keep South Bend safe | San Antonio’s new water supply game plan | Romney brushes off criticism over Bain purchase of Chinese surveillance company | Canada saves money by bailing out of NATO air surveillance program

Google’s privacy-undermining moves raise questions about “don’t be evil” motto

States join in on scrutiny of Google

Microsoft blames security info-sharing program for attack code leak

Sudan uses Iranian UAVs in war with Sudanese rebels

FCC wants 2-way radios on tighter bandwidth

Alabama counties’ highly regarded emergency radio system faces crucial transition 1 April

Joplin’s tornado lessons help keep South Bend safe

San Antonio’s new water supply game plan

Romney brushes off criticism over Bain purchase of Chinese surveillance company

Canada saves money by bailing out of NATO air surveillance program

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