May 262016
 May 26, 2016  Posted by  Court, Govt, Surveillance

Alex Abdo writes:

A few weeks ago, Microsoft filed a landmark lawsuit challenging the excessive secrecy surrounding the government’s demands for the emails and other electronic communications of the company’s customers. Today, the ACLU has moved to intervene in Microsoft’s lawsuit—as one of Microsoft’s customers—to stand alongside the company in its fight.

The lawsuit has the potential to restore critical privacy protections that the government has managed to circumvent in the digital world. That’s why we’re thrilled that Microsoft has filed the suit and why we’re excited to support them—you can read our proposed complaint here.

Read more on ACLU.

  One Response to “ACLU: Why We’re Supporting Microsoft’s Challenge to Secret Surveillance”

  1. I am not usually a Microsoft supporter, because of Bill Gates and the Gates Foundation (education stuff) but this is something that I am actually supportive of. Good for them.
    Is there a full moon out tonight? This is rare for me to agree with MS

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