In another bizarre turn of events regarding the leak of how Internet data is being collected and stored in aggregate form, presumably forever, a new slide released shows how Google's cloud security has been completely infiltrated by the US National Security Agency (NSA). The US has already gotten itself in big trouble with Germany's Merkel and other allied heads of state, after it was revealed her cellphone had been tapped since 2002. While most assumed US cloud servers were not safe from penetration, it looks like the latest information now sheds light on the subject, and it should be assumed that nearly all communications are monitored. Since the NSA revelations from Edward Snowden took place, the loss for cloud-based services in the US have been estimated to be in the billions. On Capitol Hill, the Congress has been in attack mode, over the last several days, against the director of national intelligence, and other high ranking officials, who have indicated that the Obama White House likely knew about the surveillance since at least 2008. Earlier in the year, in yet another bizarre turn of events, George W. Bush reared his head and declared, emphatically, that he had authorized the draconian monitoring programs now under tough scrutiny. However, the author of the US Patriot Act has stated publically, that this level of surveillance was never the goal of the legislation, which quickly came about after the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Find out more information on these security developments here.