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4/29/2013 | 6:00:41 PM
re: Google Reports Censorship Surge
You know that if
these reports were not done, the general public would have no clue as to the
actions that are going on behind closed doors. I think Google, Microsoft, and
Twitter are handling this the correct way as far as their clients and consumers
are concerned by releasing his information on a annual report. The whole NSL issue
sounds a bit fishy to me, maybe I do not have a clear understanding of what
they are and the legal weight they hold.

Paul Sprague

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