Facebook, Yahoo seek flexibility for disclosure permissions

Facebook and Yahoo have joined Microsoft and Google in filing suit with the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court over a gag order preventing the companies from disclosing to users the extent of their cooperation with government inquiries. The companies are taking different tacks, with Google arguing that national security requests should be separate and distinct from other agencies and Facebook saying that aggregated law enforcement requests do not go far enough in satisfying their customers' rights.

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