Google wants to reveal federal data-access activity

06/19/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The · eWeek

Google is seeking permission from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court and the FBI to release information regarding government data access requests by the government. "Google's reputation and business has been harmed by the false or misleading reports in the media, and Google's users are concerned by the allegations," a motion filed with the court says. New information on the National Security Agency's surveillance program and how it uses the data it retrieves came to light during House testimony on Tuesday, Wayne Rash writes.

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