"The ask is simple: “We urge the United States government to help make that possible by allowing companies to include information about the size and scope of national security requests we receive, and look forward to publishing a report that includes that information.”Facebook follows Google, Microsoft in asking permission to disclose how many FISA requests it receives - The Next Web
Google and Microsoft made similar requests. Frankly, expect each of the listed eight firms that are a part of PRISM – whatever PRISM is finally determined to be – to make similar statements. This is not the first line dance of this sort: when the companies denied providing “direct” access to their servers, they did so in near prose lockstep."
Wednesday, June 12, 2013
Facebook follows Google, Microsoft in asking permission to disclose how many FISA requests it receives - The Next Web
Transparency R Us -- next time around, if we have permission, for sure...
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