Facebooks dissociation with NSA PRISM revealed by Zuckerberg

A few hours ago we went through the official blog post of Larry page on denial on Google involvement in PRISM. Now it is time for social networking giant Facebook. Facebooks dissociation with NSA PRISM revealed by Zuckerberg himself.

Facebooks dissociation with NSA PRISM

NSA’s PRISM program’s charted list included most of all top tech companies of US. Their approach for making strong cyber security system is something to be appreciated.  The monitoring over foreigners who access the US websites for web security needs the support of respective tech companies.

But such access at their data centers by exploiting the secrecy of the company changes the ecosystem. That is why Mark Zuckerberg himself forwarded a message for the fb users about nonparticipation of Facebook in PRISM.

Facebooks dissociation with NSA PRISM

“Facebook is not and has never been part of any program to give the US or any other government direct access to our servers. We have never received a blanket request or court order from any Government agency asking for information or Meta data in bulk, like one the Verizon reportedly received.

When the government asked for Facebook data, we reviewed each request carefully to make sure they always follow the correct processes and all applicable laws, and then only provided the information if is required by law. We will fight aggressively to keep your informations safe and secure” said Zuckerberg through Facebook.

Facebook has world’s largest personal information database. Also it is the unique destination where people come to communicate each other.  1.2 billion user record are got to Facebook because of innovative tool for communication with high security. Once the user stuck on a doubt over the security of Facebook it may create a bad impact on the site.  That is why the founder of Facebook himself took a right step towards the denial from PRISM. So Facebook added to the list of tech companies which are denied the PRISM system followed by Google.