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Google Gets Loud Over FBI's National Security Letters

EFF IN THE NEWS
April 9, 2013

So Google challenged the letters it got after a California district court ruled them unconstitutional a couple of weeks ago. According to the judge's ruling, the letters "violate the First Amendment and separation of powers principles." Her decision was based on an Electronic Frontier Foundation case in 2011 brought on behalf of a small telecom company, Credo Mobile, with none of the clout of Google.

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