News bites: France, Mexico respond to alleged NSA surveillance

After a report in French newspaper Le Monde, France has summoned the U.S. ambassador to discuss allegations that the National Security Agency spied on French citizens, Reuters reports.

Mexico has condemned the U.S. for its surveillance of President Felipe Calderón's email account, which was first reported in Der Speigel, according to The Guardian.

Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg is set to begin directing his billion-dollar fund toward groups that use technology to solve problems in the education world, according to The New York Times.

Cablevision and Time Warner Cable subscribers from Brooklyn to Philadelphia faced slowed and nonexistent service over the weekend, The Wall Street Journal reports