U.S. Spying Undermines Freedom, Google Exec Says

Search giant Google Inc. pushed the U.S. government to be more open about its online spying in the first such testimony before Congress by a major technology company since a series of news leaks began in June. In written testimony submitted to a U.S. Senate judiciary subcommittee, a Google executive said that the official secrecy was contrary to American values and hurting U.S. economic interests.