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Google, Facebook and other tech giants object to secret government arguments

The government uses secrecy classifications "as a litigation tool," complained Mark Rumold, a staff attorney with the Electronic Frontier Foundation, which has sparred with the government on other cases but isn't involved in this one.

"A lot of times you can guess what the government has said, but the courts don't respond well to speculation," he added. "Any time you don't have access to all the facts, it's going to make litigation a pretty one-sided endeavor

Wednesday, November 13, 2013
San Jose Mercury-News

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