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AT&T and Verizon received one government data request per minute last year

06
May
2014

​Companies including Apple, Facebook and Google recently updated their privacy policies to disclose all government data requests to the individual users in question, a move meant to appease web denizens worldwide. While US telecoms like ATT and Verizon havent announced plans to do the same, the Washington Post pored through the companies transparency reports to turn up a new stat. According to the publication, in 2013 ATT and Verizon received more than one request every 60 seconds.

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