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Letter Urges Companies to Inform Public of Government Requests under PRISM

Author: Human Rights First, Published on: 14 June 2013

In the wake of revelations that the National Security Administration obtained private user data from several technology companies, Human Rights First President and CEO Elisa Massimino sent a letter to AOL, Apple, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Pal Talk, Skype, Yahoo!, and YouTube, urging them to continue to press the U.S. government to allow them to disclose PRISM requests as part of their regular reports on government requests. Human Rights First calls on the government to use its discretion to provide permission to assure Americans that their personal data is safe from indiscriminate surveillance. The letter also details ways in which companies can inform the public of how their data and privacy is safeguarded.

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Related companies: AOL Apple AVMSoftware Facebook Google (part of Alphabet) Microsoft Paltalk (part of AVM Software) Skype (part of Microsoft) Yahoo! (part of Verizon) YouTube (part of Alphabet)