Internet Giants Make New Push for FISA Transparency
SURVEILLANCESeptember 10, 2013
As gloomy predictions about the impact of privacy fears on the Internet economy grow ever more frequent, and major concerns about the future of the Internet are expressed, big firms like Facebook, Google, Yahoo and Microsoft have stepped up their efforts in petitioning the U.S. government to allow them to share more about government requests for data with their customers. Computerworld sums up a number of the blog posts from these companies, which outline their legal efforts toward transparency. “The actions and statements of the U.S. government have not adequately addressed the concerns of people around the world,” wrote Facebook general counsel Colin Stretch, in his post.