Tech Firms Team Up to Call for Transparency in Government

From Time:
The largest Internet companies in the United States have joined forces with top civil liberties groups to call on the White House and Congress to increase the transparency surrounding the government’s controversial National Security Agency surveillance programs. Apple, Google, Facebook, Yahoo, Microsoft and Twitter are among the tech giants that have signed a letter to the feds, asking for the right to disclose more information about national security data requests. Notably absent are the nation’s largest phone companies, including AT&T and Verizon Wireless, which have remained silent about their participation in the government’s snooping program.

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  1. Apple, Google, Facebook, Yahoo VCP6-DCV, Microsoft and Twitter are among the tech giants that have signed a letter to the feds VCP-Cloud, asking for the right to disclose more information about national security data requests VCP6-CMA.

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