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This photograph taken on May 20, 2014 shows the financial district highrises building in Singapore.When his $20 million portfolio managed by a private bank lost nearly half its value during the 2008 global financial crisis, self-made Asian entrepreneur Gerard Thomas turned to a... ROSLAN RAHMAN, Getty Images


 
PALO ALTO, CA - JUNE 04:  Mary Guedon of the group Raging Grannies holds a sign as she protests outside of the Facebook headquarters June 4, 2010 in Palo Alto, California. The group was calling for the FTC to investigate FaceBook's privacy policies. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
 
WASHINGTON, DC - NOVEMBER 13:   Medea Benjamin (R) of CodePink holds a sign while in the audience as Richard Salgado, director of law enforcement and information security matters for Google, Inc, testifies before the Senate Judiciary Committee's  Privacy , Technology, and the Law Subcommittee November 13, 2013 in Washington, DC. The committee heard testimony on the topic of 'The Surveillance Transparency Act of 2013.'  (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)
 
WASHINGTON, DC - FEBRUARY 23:  National Economic Council Director Gene Sperling speaks at a White House event highlighting information economy and privacy February 23, 2012 in Washington, DC. The White House today announced a 'bill of rights' which would give consumers increased online privacy protection and could eventually give the government increased powers to police online based corporations.  (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)
 
WASHINGTON, DC - MAY 14: People line up to ask quesitons of author Glenn Greenwald, the columnist for The Guardian US who first published National Security Agency contractor Edward SnowdenÕs leaks of secret U.S. government information, during a book discussion at the Sixth & I Historic Synagogue May 14, 2014 in Washington, DC. A former constitutional lawyer who had frequently written about civil liberties, Greenwald has written a book, 'No Place to Hide: Edward Snowden, the NSA, and the U.S. Surveillance State,Õ about his pursuit of the Snowden story and the fallout from the information he provided. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
 
WASHINGTON, DC - JUNE 13:  U.S. Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) speaks as (L-R) Electronic Privacy Information Center Executive Director Marc Rotenberg, Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX), Laura Murphy of ACLU, Bruce Fein, Rep. Thomas Massie (R-KY), Rep. Justin Amash (R-MI) and Matt Hawes of Campaign For Liberty, listen during a news conference June 13, 2013 at the Capitol Hill Club on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. Senator Paul was joined by lawmakers and other groups to discuss the National Security Agency's surveillance program.  (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)
 
Protestors hold posters reading 'Stasi 2.0' depicting US President Barack Obama wearing headphones, in allusion of a film poster of the movie 'The Lives of Others' talking about spying and monitoring practices of the former Eastern German secret police 'Stasi', on June 18, 2013 in Berlin, where Obama was expected for a visit from June 18 to 19, 2013. German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on June 17, 2013 she was surprised by revelations of mass US online surveillance and that she would call for 'transparency' on its scope in talks with President Barack Obama this week. Merkel said Germans wanted to know if their online data was being sniffed out by the US National Security Agency (NSA).      AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE        (Photo credit should read JOHANNES EISELE/AFP/Getty Images)
 
A protester hold banners during a rally against the alleged violation of privacy by the US National Security Agency at McPherson square in downtown Washington DC, July 04, 2013. The recent leaking of  classified intelligence documents has led to revelations that the US is systematically seizing vast amounts of phone and web data.  AFP PHOTO / MLADEN ANTONOV        (Photo credit should read MLADEN ANTONOV/AFP/Getty Images)
 
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This photograph taken on May 20, 2014 shows the financial district highrises building in Singapore.When his $20 million portfolio managed by a private bank lost nearly half its value during the 2008 global financial crisis, self-made Asian entrepreneur Gerard Thomas turned to a smaller, independent firm for advice.  AFP PHOTO/ROSLAN RAHMAN        (Photo credit should read ROSLAN RAHMAN/AFP/Getty Images)
 
This photograph taken on May 20, 2014 shows the financial district highrises building in Singapore.When his $20 million portfolio managed by a private bank lost nearly half its value during the 2008 global financial crisis, self-made Asian entrepreneur Gerard Thomas turned to a smaller, independent firm for advice.  AFP PHOTO/ROSLAN RAHMAN        (Photo credit should read ROSLAN RAHMAN/AFP/Getty Images)
 
IT engineer Masaomi Matsuzaki enters a police station in Tokyo after he was arrested for allegedly stealing massive amounts of personal data from an educational services firm Benesse Holdings, a leak that may affect more than 20 million people on July 17, 2014. Private details -- including names, addresses, phone numbers and birthdays -- were stolen by Matsuzaki who reportedly sold the information for about 2.5 million yen ($24,600). AFP PHOTO / JIJI PRESS    JAPAN OUT        (Photo credit should read JIJI PRESS/AFP/Getty Images)
 
IT engineer Masaomi Matsuzaki enters a police station in Tokyo after he was arrested for allegedly stealing massive amounts of personal data from an educational services firm Benesse Holdings, a leak that may affect more than 20 million people on July 17, 2014. Private details -- including names, addresses, phone numbers and birthdays -- were stolen by Matsuzaki who reportedly sold the information for about 2.5 million yen ($24,600). AFP PHOTO / JIJI PRESS    JAPAN OUT        (Photo credit should read JIJI PRESS/AFP/Getty Images)
 
Photo shows the personal message written by Dutch King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima in the condolence register at the Ministry of Safety and Justice in The Hague, The Netherlands, on July 18, 2014, for the relatives and friends of the victims of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 that crashed on July 17 in eastern Ukraine on a flight from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, with 298 people onboard. The message reads: 'Many thousands of people in our country and abroad mourn the loss of family members, friends, colleagues, classmates and acquaintances. We are with them in our thoughts. We sympathize intensively with all who have been stricken!' AFP PHOTO / ANP / BART MAAT  
 
--NETHERLANDS OUT--        (Photo credit should read BART MAAT/AFP/Getty Images)
 
Guarding policeman passes by a closed store with a banner hung by private sector employees, reading 'On Sundays we aren't working-we aren't shopping' at Athens central shopping district on July 13, 2014. Private sector employees who called for a 24-hour strike to protest the opening shops on Sundays, walked through a trade district and demanded the closing of open stores.  AFP PHOTO/ LOUISA GOULIAMAKI        (Photo credit should read LOUISA GOULIAMAKI/AFP/Getty Images)
 
A picture taken on June 24, 1984 shows several thousand people marching through the streets of Paris during a demonstration in favor of private schools and highschools (ecole libre) as a draft bill was intending to merge the public and private school systems. AFP PHOTO        (Photo credit should read -/AFP/Getty Images)
 
HAMBURG, GERMANY - JUNE 07: Text Information by Patrizia Schueler the '20 Jahre Gala' Anniversary Celebration - The Private Birthday Cruise on board of 'MS Europa 2'
 
A demonstrator holds a placard during a protest by London black cab drivers against a new private taxi service 'Uber', a mobile phone app, in central London on June 11, 2014. Taxi drivers brought parts of London, Paris and other European cities to a standstill on June 11 as they protested against new private cab apps such as Uber which have shaken up the industry. Thousands of London's iconic black cabs, many of them beeping their horns, filled the roads around Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square and the Houses of Parliament to the exclusion of any other vehicles. AFP PHOTO / CARL COURT        (Photo credit should read CARL COURT/AFP/Getty Images)
 
A demonstrator holds a placard during a protest by London black cab drivers against a new private taxi service 'Uber', a mobile phone app, in central London on June 11, 2014. Taxi drivers brought parts of London, Paris and other European cities to a standstill on June 11 as they protested against new private cab apps such as Uber which have shaken up the industry. Thousands of London's iconic black cabs, many of them beeping their horns, filled the roads around Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square and the Houses of Parliament to the exclusion of any other vehicles. AFP PHOTO / CARL COURT        (Photo credit should read CARL COURT/AFP/Getty Images)
 
A demonstrator holds a placard as parked taxis block a street in central London during a protest by London black cab drivers against a new private taxi service 'Uber', a mobile phone app, on June 11, 2014. Taxi drivers brought parts of London, Paris and other European cities to a standstill on June 11 as they protested against new private cab apps such as Uber which have shaken up the industry. Thousands of London's iconic black cabs, many of them beeping their horns, filled the roads around Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square and the Houses of Parliament to the exclusion of any other vehicles. AFP PHOTO / CARL COURT        (Photo credit should read CARL COURT/AFP/Getty Images)
 
A London black cab driver displays a sign using the initials of Transport for London (TFL) to spell out the message 'Totally Failing London' during a protect against a new private taxi service 'Uber', a mobile phone app, in central London on June 11, 2014. Taxi drivers brought parts of London, Paris and other European cities to a standstill on June 11 as they protested against new private cab apps such as Uber which have shaken up the industry. Thousands of London's iconic black cabs, many of them beeping their horns, filled the roads around Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square and the Houses of Parliament to the exclusion of any other vehicles. AFP PHOTO / CARL COURT        (Photo credit should read CARL COURT/AFP/Getty Images)
 
WASHINGTON, DC - MAY 14: People line up to ask quesitons of author Glenn Greenwald, the columnist for The Guardian US who first published National Security Agency contractor Edward SnowdenÕs leaks of secret U.S. government information, during a book discussion at the Sixth & I Historic Synagogue May 14, 2014 in Washington, DC. A former constitutional lawyer who had frequently written about civil liberties, Greenwald has written a book, 'No Place to Hide: Edward Snowden, the NSA, and the U.S. Surveillance State,Õ about his pursuit of the Snowden story and the fallout from the information he provided. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
 

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