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April 2012 – IBM sells its Retail Store Solutions division (Point-of-Sales) to Toshiba TEC; January 2014 – IBM sells its IBM System x business to Lenovo for $2.3 billion. October 2014 – IBM sells its microelectronics (computer chips) business to GlobalFoundries. IBM will pay GlobalFoundries $1.5 billion over 3 years to take over the business.
Global mass surveillance can be defined as the mass surveillance of entire populations across national borders.. Its existence was not widely acknowledged by governments and the mainstream media until the global surveillance disclosures by Edward Snowden triggered a debate about the right to privacy in the Digital Age.
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