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Google, Yahoo and others are getting fed up with government gag orders

24
May
2014

The EFF may be handing out gold stars to firms that publish their own transparency reports, but earning that recognition isnt easy. Government data requests are often coupled with gag orders, barring firms from telling users that security agencies are thumbing through their data. Now Google, Yahoo, Microsoft and Facebook are arguing that these orders are a violation of the First Amendment.

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