As some high-profile technology companies make an effort to shed more light on issues surrounding user privacy in light of recent NSA spying revelations
, most have remained quiet so as to avoid fueling the fire. Verizon
was one such company until recently, and now the fire has been fueled — while speaking with Tom’s Guide
during the Cyber Security Summit 2013 security conference in New York City last week, Verizon’s vice president of national security policy Marcus Sachs said all the wrong things.