Verizon Reveals More About Federal Spying on Customers

In 2013, the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court ordered Verizon to surrender data for thousands of customers.

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During that same time, zero to 999 FISA court orders not pertaining to content were delivered to the company, affecting zero to 999 customer accounts.

The reports were published in response to domestic and international public outrage, and shareholder pressure, over revelations about the alleged companies’ roles in Western electronic intelligence operations.

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  • Plàya Manhattan.||

    I had between 0 to 999 beers last night.

  • GroundTruth||

    Meaningless and useless data.... why am I not surprized?

  • ||

    Six months from now this thread will have 0 to 999 comments, with a probability of 97.62% with an error margin of +/- 5%


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