Tech companies ask the US for disclosure of NSA requests

Microsoft, Google, Facebook and Twitter join forces in PRISM case


The PRISM case continues to grow, as Microsoft, Twitter, Google and Facebook have urged the US government to allow them to reveal more details about the security requests they receive for handing over user data under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (Fisa).

Despite Microsoft, Google and Twitter publish every year 'transparency reports', where they detail how many government petitions they receive around the world, those documents don't include Fisa requests or N...


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