March 24, 2015 Business, Govt, Surveillance
Tim Cushing writes:
In the wake of the Snowden leaks, more and more tech companies are providing their users with transparency reports that detail (to the extent they’re allowed) government requests for user data. Amazon — home to vast amounts of cloud storage — isn’t one of them.
Amazon remains the only US internet giant in the Fortune 500 that has not yet released a report detailing how many demands for data it receives from the US government.
Read more on TechDirt.
Thanks to Joe Cadillic for this link.
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