Google's Motion to Publish Aggregate Information About FISA Orders [Copy]

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Full text copy of Google's motion for decalatory judgement of the company's first amendment right to publish aggregate information about FISA orders, submitted June 18, 2013.

From Wired: "In its filing, Google said that its reputation and business had been harmed by the false news reports published by he Guardian and Washington Post.

The company made the request to help address public concerns that Google might be providing unfettered access to user data..."

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Topics:  Edward Snowden, FISA, Google

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