Yahoo is asking the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act's court for permission to reveal some detail about a 2008 case when the Web giant says it "objected strenuously" to giving up private information on its users. "If Yahoo succeeds in unsealing some of the court files, legal experts say, it would be a historic development and an important step toward illuminating the arguments behind the controversial Internet surveillance program known as Prism," Brandon Bailey writes.

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