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Microsoft challenged an FBI gag order and won

23
May
2014

Late last year, Microsoft got a request from the FBI, a national security letter asking for data from one of the companys enterprise customers. Someone paying for Microsoft server time had an interesting user, and the feds wanted to know more about that user. The letter came with a gag order, preventing Microsoft from saying anything about it. And like all national security letters, it hadnt been approved by any court.

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