The two companies — one Internet and one telecommunications firm — are remaining anonymous in compliance with the government’s orders that they not disclose the fact that they have received the orders. They are being represented by the Electronic Frontier Foundation, a digital rights group that has protested government secrecy.

“Our clients want to talk about their experience with these NSLs, but the government is unconstitutionally shielding itself from any criticism or critique of their procedures,” legal fellow Andrew Crocker said in a statement.

Tuesday, February 17, 2015
The Hill

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