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View Diary: US Telecoms Have Never Raised A Legal Challenge To NSA Data Collection (18 comments)

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  •  Actually, there seems to be one exception.... (0+ / 0-)
    In early 2011, the US Federal Bureau of Investigation did something it had done hundreds of thousands of times before: It sent a national security letter (NSL) to an unnamed telephone company, demanding the company provide customer records for an investigation. For the first time, the telephone company didn’t just blithely comply.

    The company in question, though, is not named definitively.

    All the children of your children's children, do you ever think what they're going to find? Make tomorrow, today...

    by willy mugobeer on Fri Sep 20, 2013 at 12:35:01 PM PDT

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