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Dropbox Also Wants to Disclose National Security Requests - Liz Gannes - News - AllThingsD
These guys are next into PRISM if the program is not halted. Clearly, people will start avoiding email and IM and move to sending messages via DropBox. So it makes sense for the NSA to arget them.
"Like Google, Microsoft, Yahoo, Facebook and LinkedIn before it, Dropbox on Monday asked the U.S. Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISA) to lift its gag order on disclosure of national security requests. “We are talking here simply about aggregate numbers that should have been made public months ago,” says the amicus curiae brief."
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