mardi 4 juillet 2017

Facebook fights gagging order that prevents it telling users about US government search warrants

Currently barred from telling three of its users about government search warrants seeking to gain access to their information, Facebook is fighting back. The social network is challenging what it says is a threat to freedom of speech. Documents filed at a Washington DC appeal court show that Facebook wants to notify the users about the warrants so they have an opportunity to object to them. The company cites the First Amendment in seeking to let users know about the warrants, at least one of which relates to protests against Donald Trump. In a statement, Facebook said: "We believe there… [Continue Reading]

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