As Google and other large tech companies cope with the aftermath of recent reports that the National Security Agency has had broad access to their users’ data, the search giant is asking the U.S. government for permission to publish the number of national security requests it receives, including those made under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act.
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Google Asks Permission To Publish Info About FISA Requests
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