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Google Asks U.S. Government To Allow Publishing of More NSA Requests

   
3:16 pm on Jun 12, 2013 (gmt 0)

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This morning we sent the following letter to the offices of the Attorney General and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Google Asks U.S. Government To Allow Publishing of More NSA Requests [googleblog.blogspot.com]
Assertions in the press that our compliance with these requests gives the U.S. government unfettered access to our users’ data are simply untrue. However, government nondisclosure obligations regarding the number of FISA national security requests that Google receives, as well as the number of accounts covered by those requests, fuel that speculation.

We therefore ask you to help make it possible for Google to publish in our Transparency Report aggregate numbers of national security requests, including FISA disclosures—in terms of both the number we receive and their scope. Google’s numbers would clearly show that our compliance with these requests falls far short of the claims being made. Google has nothing to hide.