Twitter filled a lawsuit over the U.S. federal government’s surveillance program

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“It’s our belief that we are entitled under the First Amendment to respond to our users’ concerns and to the statements of U.S. government officials by providing information about the scope of U.S. government surveillance, including what types of legal process have not been received,” was the official position affirmed by Ben Lee, a Twitter vice president. This occurred after a Twitter’s transparency report prepared for publication was considered by FBI as containing classified content prohibit for publicly exposure. Twitter is part to a coalition of technology companies seeking changes and asking to eliminate the unconstitutional practices.

A government’s position previously exposed was that the FBI and National Security Agency are seeking to defend the country from real security threats and it’s not suitable to disclose details that will influence their efficiency.

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