January 9, 2014 Business, Govt, Surveillance
Kim Zetter reports:
A small telecom believed to be at the center of a historic court battle over government surveillance published its first transparency report on Thursday noting that it had received 16 government requests for customer data in 2013. But the report may be most significant for what it doesn’t say.
Credo Mobile, the first telecom to release a transparency report, received just 15 requests for customer data pursuant to subpoena, summons or court order and one emergency request for data. But the most significant part of the report may be the government requests it doesn’t list.
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