Jun 142013
 June 14, 2013  Posted by  Business, Court, Featured News, Surveillance, U.S.

Claire Cain Miller reports:

In a secret court in Washington, Yahoo’s top lawyers made their case. The government had sought help in spying on certain foreign users, without a warrant, and Yahoo had refused, saying the broad requests were unconstitutional.

The judges disagreed. That left Yahoo two choices: Hand over the data or break the law.

So Yahoo became part of the National Security Agency’s secret Internet surveillance program, Prism, according to leaked N.S.A. documents, as did seven other Internet companies.

Read more on NY Times.

  2 Responses to “Secret Court Ruling Put Tech Companies in Data Bind”

  1. It’s time Congress woke up and fired these corrupt inept judges.

  2. I don’t think Congress has the authority to do that, do they?

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