Mois : août 2013 (Page 1 of 6)

The case and Google’s role in it underscore a tension between some Silicon Valley companies and the government over national security surveillance and the secrecy surrounding it. Google has been pushing back against data-gathering tools called national security letters in two federal courts since this spring. Such letters, known as NSLs, allow the Federal Bureau of Investigation to demand account information and other data, but not the content of calls and emails. They typically come with a strict gag order, and companies cannot even acknowledge they receive them.

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« En plus d’afficher le plus grand nombre de demandes (tant numériquement que proportionnellement à leur nombre d’utilisateurs), les Américains voient près de 80% de leur requête satisfaite ». (via Facebook : les Etats-Unis comptent pour 45% des demandes de renseignement)

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(Sabrina Fossi)

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