The German government on Thursday publicly denied a German newspaper report about an alleged "back door for the NSA."
The same newspaper has now acknowledged that the German authorities have rejected its initial reporting.
"The so-called Trusted Computing is a back door for the NSA," wrote Zeit's Patrick Beuth on Tuesday, according to a translated version, referring to recent reports pointing at the U.S. government's mass surveillance programs. "The operating system contains a back door in their view, cannot be closed. This back door is called Trusted Computing and could have the … Read more